The model, 24, protects her modesty with her hands as she poses topless in one of her most revealing shoots to date.
The pictures are the brainchild of Italian conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelan, who made headlines last year thanks to his Art Basel Miami artwork of a banana duct-taped to a wall.
And the shoot sees Kendall recreate some of the artist’s most famous pieces as she becomes a living sculpture for the images.
The cover image sees the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which is premiering its new season on Foxtel in the coming weeks, posing like a ship’s figurehead.
The image is in tribute to the artist’s bust of model Stephanie Seymour, which was famously referred to as the “Trophy Wife”.
Titled “Kendall Jenner by Maurizio Cattelan”, the shoot was snapped by Campbell Addy and
one image is a nod to the famous duct-tape banana sees Campbell duct-taped to the wall.
Kendall stand beside him in a leopard print ensemble, black heels and yellow tights.
Another image sees Kendall channel Disney princess Rapunzel as she holds up her wavy extensions, while wearing a pink tweed jacket.
In another, the model hangs from a harness while wearing a black dress and sporting a body-length ponytail.
Meanwhile Kendall and her ex Harry Styles were reunited at a Brit Awards afterparty in London on Tuesday.
The pair were pictured enjoying a cosy chat among friends at the Sony bash, which was held at The Standard Hotel in London.
Harry, 26, appeared to be very interested in what the reality TV star was saying as he listened intently.
Harry was first linked to Kendall back in 2013. They reportedly struck up a close friendship after meeting at The X Factor USA studio.
The pair enjoyed a Caribbean getaway together in 2016 and have met up several times since – so all seems to be very amicable between the former couple.
The pair’s night out comes after it’s been claimed that she is enjoying a “no strings attached” romance with NBA star Ben Simmons, who she recently went on a holiday to Miami with.
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This story originally appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced here with permission