Naomi Campbell, Cher and Kim Kardashian have been tapped to front the latest issue of CR Fashion Book.
The publication, founded by Carine Roitfeld in 2012, is known for its edgy cover images, and for the power-themed 16th edition, the editor has tapped the three style icons to star in the main photoshoot.
Shot by photography duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and styled by Roitfeld, the black-and-white images feature each of the women in chic black outfits and graphic make-up.
"The three cultural figures form the ultimate fantasy biker gang and share how power can be wielded for good, through using their voices and platforms to champion communities in need and causes close to their hearts," a rep for the magazine commented of the theme. "Fronted by the return to our founding logo, CR's latest issue also explores a myriad of powerful personalities, issues, and trends in society, pivotally timed at the onset of an election year."
Elsewhere in the photoshoot, Campbell is seen posing in a black bra and blazer while walking on a city street, while in another snap, the 49-year-old is depicted standing alongside the Believe hitmaker in matching outfits. A portrait of Kardashian sees her glancing back at the camera while clutching a leopard print purse.
And in the accompanying article, each of the women were asked to discuss how they use their respective voices and platforms to champion causes close to their hearts, with Campbell speaking about her Fashion For Relief organisation and commitment to promoting HIV/AIDS research.
"I'm not the type of person to disappear when someone's down; that's when I'm there the most," she said in a preview given to People magazine. "Anyone who knows me knows that. "
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