Mexicans may be getting a bad wrap under the new Trump Presidency, however, some Americans are still showing the love, including young Kylie Jenner who appears on the latest cover of GQ Mexico.
Not to be outdone by her more publicity-loving siblings, the 19-year-old appears in a tiny beige bikini next to a pile of logs.
More interestingly, the shoot apparently involved very little make-up or post shoot retouching.
Check out some of the images below. Sadly, B&T tried to hunt down an accompanying interview, but alas couldn’t find one. But then again, you don’t want to read, do you?
Inner Health has revolutionised its famous blue bugs as part of a new brand platform launching this week. Developed by VMLY&R, the new platform ‘Listen to your Gut’ re-introduces the bugs in a whole new environment. VMLY&R Client Service Director Jo Millington said the new platform aimed to reposition Inner Health as an overall health […]
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Paper Moose has created a campaign for the recently announced carbon-neutral telco brand, felix, due to go to market towards the end of the year. This is the first work from Paper Moose since winning a competitive pitch for the new TPG Telecom brand. The teaser campaign raises awareness of the nearly 1 million tonnes […]
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