Another cover goes topless: Tush

We won’t use the word naked, since the glittering Maison Martin Margiela couture mask on the cover negates it. But it does feel like there’s an increasing number of magazines willing to put bare breasts on their covers of late – beyond the likes of Purple etc – from Flair to Numero.

Tush does it beautifully between the bejewelled anonymity of the model and the cloud-covered blue sky. View the full cover, shot by Armin Morbach, after the break.

Tush topless cover

Tush topless cover

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