Snakeskin might be on-trend this season but animal-lover Kelly Brook isn’t settling for just wearing imitation.
In fact the model has ditched her clothes all together posing nude with her body painted in scales for the Whose Skin Are You In? PETA campaign.
Kelly unveiled the dramatic photo, captured in Bryan Adams’s Chelsea studio, earlier today on the eve of London fashion week.
Just my own skin: Kelly had posed without any clothes on covering herself in snake body print to launch the ‘Whose skin are you in’ campaign with PETA
The 31-year-old took part in the campaign to protest at how snakes, lizards and alligators and other exotic animals are skinned alive.
While Kelly might have stripped off for the photo, but she covered up her curves to perfection in a pretty tiered dress which she paired with black strappy heels.
‘Whose skin am I in?..Just my own’: Kelly Brook strips off in nude photo for PETA campaign but covers her curves for launch
The model unveiled the photo outside the London Transport Museum earlier today.
Speaking about the issue Kelly said: ‘It makes my skin crawl to think about the violent ways snakes, lizards, alligators and other exotic creatures are raised and killed for boots, bags and belts.’
Covering up: For the launch outside the London Transport Museum Kelly covered her curves to perfection in a cute layered dress with strappy sandals
‘Our message is to support the designers who are creative without being destructive, and go for the great fakes that pay tribute to the animals’ beauty without killing them.’
On Tuesday Kelly showed off her curves in a tight short golden dress at the opening of Westfield Stratford.
Kelly was on hand to help open the New Look store, which she designs swimwear for.
To find out more about the campaign and to visit the PETA website click here.
Golden girl: Kelly Brook wowed in a super short golden dress as she opened the New Look store at Westfield Stratford on Tuesday
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