Charlotte Kemp Muhl: all American girl

She may be gracing the cover of Australia’s Oyster magazine, but Charlotte Kemp Muhl hits the issue draped in enough stars and stripes to fuel a 4th of July parade. As well as the Americana theme, Kemp Muhl sports a choppy bob and those ridiculously covetable lips. Be warned that there’s also some casual toplessness in the Imogene Barron-styled shoot.

Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
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Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)
Charlotte Kemp Muhl: Oyster Magazine, Issue 87 (NSFW)

Photographed by Bec Parsons and Bartolomeo Celestino for Oyster. You can see the whole gallery by clicking on the picture above.

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