Jourdan Dunn Strips Down for GQ Magazine

The British supermodel bares all, talks racism in fashion and being outspoken.

Posted: 08/29/2013 11:15 AM EDT
Jourdan Dunn

(Photo: GQ Magazine, September 2013)

Supermodel Jourdan Dunn proves she’s a stunner from head-to-toe in GQ’s September issue. The London-born beauty dubbed the "Tupac Shakur of the fashion world" graces the men’s publication in her birthday suit and defends her brash opinions.

In one photo, Dunn is barely covered in a black tailored jacket and shares with the magazine a story about how her voluptuous figure sometimes affects her ability to book jobs. She was recently told her breasts were too big for her to be included in a Paris runway show, to which Dunn replied via Twitter, “I’m normally told I’m cancelled because I’m ‘coloured’ so being cancelled because of my boobs is a minor.”

In another pic, the stunning model reveals an ample view of her bare backside and provides a glimpse of a rarely-seen neck tattoo. The final photo is an all-nude image of Dunn, her straight long hair and hands carefully covering her lady areas, where she reveals yet another cool tattoo on her arm. When GQ asked what she loved most about modeling, Dunn quipped, "getting paid."

But even more revealing than the steamy photo spread was Dunn’s thoughts on what some might make of her unfiltered, ballsy comments and attitude. “People think that I’m against fashion — or that I’m ghetto or a loudmouth,” she told GQ. “I’m not. But if speaking my opinion makes me that girl, fine. I’ll take that crown.”


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