Charlotte McKinney Shows Off Body in Shoot for British GQ

Charlotte McKinney enchanted as she posed her beautiful shape for her latest shoot for GQ.

Charlotte McKinney Shows Off Body in Shoot for British GQ

The 22-year-old model showed off her supple limbs in an absolute Agent Provocateur leotard, which she matched with knee high boots by Giuseppe Zanotti and a leather Zadig and Voltaire jacket.

Charlotte is appeared with slightly vintage furry coat on, showing off her shapely hips and her long legs in another shot.

She appeared even taller with a pair of Sergio Rossi heels.

The model is seen gazing over her shoulder while holding the strap of a Doberman.

Charlotte wore red lipstick and had her blonde hair cut with a blunt fringe and straight ends for the shoot.

The 22-year-old model aka curvier bombshell was initially profiled in Esquire. McKinney credits the social networking service as a factor in her subsequent success, which includes campaigns for the fashion brand Guess she signed with Wilhelmina Models. She came into lime light from a Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial. The viral ad featured McKinney walking around a farmers’ market, with it implied that she is “all natural” and uses double entendre to imply that she is naked with strategically-placed items in the market, until it reveals McKinney in a bikini eating the All Natural Burger. The success of the commercial has led to McKinney being dubbed “the next Kate Upton,”

Over the weekend the model was seen celebrating Halloween in a very sexy costume.

Charlotte McKinney appeared in some erotic lingerie at George Clooney’s Casamigos Halloween party on Friday night. She combined the design, which was completely fit around the waist to showcase her svelte torso, with a pair of petite black briefs consisted of mesh and silk fabrics.

Perhaps this look wasn’t provoking to Charlotte so she paired her raunchy black striped stockings and suspenders and knee-high suede boots.


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Greg Helms

Associate Professor of Journalism - TWB media