AceShowbiz - %cKate Moss%, 43, has gone fully naked for W Magazine. The British model has joined %cJennifer Lopez%, %cJessica Chastain%, %cTaraji P. Henson% and Donatella Versace on the cover of the magazine's March issue celebrating Powerful Women.
For the individual shots, all of the five beauties glam up in black-and-gold costumes, but one of them leaves nothing to the imagination with only a gold coat draped over her forearms. It's Moss who puts her naked body on full display, flaunting her breasts and showing off her bare crotch as she stares down at the camera.
Speaking about her body, Moss tells the tabloid, "My mum said, 'I don't think you're that photogenic!' " She adds, "From the beginning, photographers always got me to take my clothes off, even though I don't like my body at all. I just had to get comfortable with being naked."
Lopez, who showcases her cleavage in gold bra, says of her fabulous figure, "I never appreciated my body or my looks when I was in my 20s. Now I'm like, 'Look at me! Look at you!' Not in a conceited or arrogant way - I just appreciate myself in a way I didn't when I was that age. And it's not about perfection," adding that she likes her flaws.
Versace, who dons black-and-gold sleeveless top, talks about the power of fashion. "I only truly understood it recently, in the last five or six years. Before that I felt I had to produce the 'right' kind of Versace collection," she says.
She continues, "But now I am designing for a woman who works, who has children - or maybe she doesn't work, but she definitely has power. The power to keep on going forward. I have to succeed in showing women that we can do more, that we are stronger than men."
Looking hot in black lace lingerie, "Hidden Figures" actress Henson talks about her success in her 40s. She says, "It's supposed to be over for me at 46, but here I am. I'm a late bloomer, and I'm okay with that. Know why? Late bloomers last looong."
As for "The Zookeeper's Wife" actress Chastain, who looks sexy in fishnet undergarment, she tells the magazine that "in our society, women are valued for their sexual attraction. I'd like to get away from the sex symbol idea of what beauty is."