The University of Warwick's rowing team has a history of taking off their clothes for a classy nude calendar that raises money for charity. This year, they got naked to fight discrimination and I can't think of a better reason to take your clothes off than that.
It looks as though a hacker has obtained nude photos of various female celebrities, posting them to (of all places) 4chan. You have got to be fucking kidding me.
At first glance, it appears that there's no one naked in Trevor Christensen's collection of nude portraits. The man above is dressed, so are the people in the photos below. So if they're not nude, who is? You'll be surprised, but their expressions might give it away.
Rihanna's new fragrance is called, "Nude." As Dodai points out in her post on nude colored shoes, "the dictionary lists one definition of 'nude' as 'the color of a white person's flesh." Does not compute!
In the wake of Prince Harry's Vegas exploits — and rumored video of the royal peen — fans around the world are showing their support by posing without clothes. A Facebook group called "Support Prince Harry with a naked salute!" offers up lots of skin, from a Royal Army Medical Corps veteran to soldiers from Israel.…
Today we received an email from a photo agency with the subject line, "Exclusive Pictures — Pippa Topless." It's official: In no time at all, Pippa Middleton has almost fully completed the trajectory in the "new celebrity" arc.
Parisian-born photographer Erica Simone, 25, is taking a series of nude self-portraits around New York City.
ESPN The Magazine has revealed three of the six cover athletes planned for its second annual "Body Issue." And just like last year, the sports stars don't have any clothes on.
The best part about Rue McClanahan's apartment — which she was about to sell before she died and is featured in the real estate section of The New York Times — is not the spice rack/secret passageway. It's better:
A new trend apparently sweeping New York, LA, and, oddly, Salt Lake City, nude yoga is supposedly non-sexual. But that doesn't mean it's not gross.
The new issue of Lucky magazine, with the glowing and gorgeous Rosario Dawson on the cover, has a forward-looking fashion piece inside called "The Next Big Things '09." You'll find the "most wanted trends" for the new year: Oversize '80s earrings, cuban heels, cropped slouchy trousers. And, what the magazine calls…