There's no denying Kate Moss' natural, flawless beauty so you can imagine our horror when we clapped eyes on this topless waxwork of the original supermodel. The Croydon-born catwalk queen has been immortalised in a "nude, hyperrealistic" sculpture which is the handiwork of artist Edgar Askelovic who took four months to lovingly craft the naked, life-size mannequin, with only photographs for reference.
While fake Kate's make-up, brows and hair are accurate, we're not convinced she'll be happy with the overall appearance of the sculpture's face. But if that's not shocking enough, the fact it's been titled MILF adds a whole new level of controversy. The 80kg sculpture is made of top-quality, platinum silicone which may go some way to explaining the £25,000 price tag.
MILF was unveiled at London’s Opera Gallery earlier this month where it's available to view or buy if you have £25K going spare.
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