November 22, 2019
Kim Kardashian Strips Down To Nude Lingerie For 'Love' Advent Calendar Video

Kim Kardashian may still be living like a recluse, but the former social media queen stripped down to some lacey lingerie for Day 12 of Love Magazine's annual Advent calendar video.

Love magazine dropped a two-minute clip featuring the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star. The space-themed teaser features Kim in some nude Agent Provocateur lingerie, a brown Coach fur coat, and some strappy metallic heels.

The video was directed by Emmy winner James Lima.

"Kim Kardashian West #LOVEadvent

"Peace on Earth."

The video features Kardashian on another planet, as a way to bring peace on Earth.

The 36-year-old mother of two proudly showed off her curves for the camera.

Last month, Love released another video set to Kim Kardashian's husband, Kanye West's song "Fade." According to Us, the video featured Kim's younger sister Kendall Jenner and fellow models Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls, Stella Maxwell and Sofia Richie.

It is most likely that Kim Kardashian shot her Love Advent calendar video before her traumatic robbery incident on October 3. It is thought that Kim Kardashian has not worked or made any public appearances since the attack in Paris.

Kanye West was also just released after being hospitalized for a mental breakdown. The once very public couple has kept a low-profile and stayed off of social media.

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Fox News recently published an article suggesting that the Love magazine Advent calendar series may be so risque, that it could be considered sacrilegious.

The annual Love Advent calendar started on December 1, featuring a new video each day starring female models, often in very skimpy outfits.

Some people are calling the video calendar "sacrilegious," as Advent traditionally symbolizes that preparation for the coming of Jesus Christ in western Christianity.

Dan Gainor, vice president of business and culture at the Media Research Center, commented to Fox that he was not surprised people were coming to this conclusion. In fact, he thinks that it was actually the magazine's intent.

"By using the word 'Advent' the magazine turned its sleazy, soft-core modeling segments into a controversy.

"Of course it's sacrilegious. That was the intention."

Steve Shaw, the editor in chief of Treats magazine, which also features nude models, thinks that Love magazine's Advent calendar takes things too far.
"It's very gratuitous, and although I'm not religious, I can see why some would see it as sacrilegious.

"It could have been done in a different way."

The 2016 Love Advent calendar featured models like Emily Ratajkowski on Day 8, who danced to Salt-N-Pepa. On Day 9, supermodel Barbara Palvin re-created Sharon Stone's notorious "Basic Instinct" leg-uncrossing scene.

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On December 10, Heidi Klum stripped down for a bubble bath in nothing but her birthday suit.

While the series does have some haters, the Love Advent calendar does have many fans. Paper Magazine Editor-at-Large Peter Davis said the calendar is simply fashion forward. Paper magazine was the publication who famously "broke the internet" with photographs of a nude Kim Kardashian in 2014.

"This is Katie Grand's Love magazine not Christianity Today magazine.

"People need to calm down. Love produces some of the best most modern fashion stories done today. It's an expensive magazine and anyone offended doesn't have to buy it."

Craig Lawrence, president of One. 1 Model Management does not think that the magazine's calendar has anything to do with the religious aspect of the word Advent.
"The word 'Advent' can describe a notable person, so I think it is just a creative expression on the magazine's behalf.

"I think the magazine is just trying to be different, and with that philosophy, coupled with the right to exercise freedom of speech, I don't think there needs to be any change."

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