Teyana Taylor is known to take some pretty crazy fashion risks. Have you seen her 'Super Sweet 16' dress? But it's the latest look from the G.O.O.D Music artist that really shows off her risque style.
Dressed in nothing more then a pair of acid wash denim cutoff shorts, black lacy thigh high stockings and a black garter, Teyana teamed up with actor/photographer Lance Gross to recreate Janet Jackson's iconic (and topless) Rolling Stone magazine cover.
Janet (Miss Jackson if you're nasty), shocked the world way before her Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction with the ultra revealing September 1993 cover. The image was so hot that she also used it as the album cover art for "Janet," marking her transition from an angelic sister of the Jackson clan to an unstoppable sex symbol.
Almost 20 years later Teyana's shot shows her with curls that graze playfully over one eye just like the legendary songstress' famous photo and a man's hands (we wonder whose) cupped over the Harlemite's bare breasts--which isn't so shocking these days, but still super sexy.
While we are still diehard fans of the classic original, we admit this is a close runner up. What do you think?
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