Demi Moore In August 1991, Leibovitz photographed Moore in the buff for the cover of Vanity Fair. The kicker? Moore was very pregnant at the time of the shoot. Responses to the cover were mixed, and some newsstands even sold the issue in a white paper bag with the words "More Demi Moore" printed across it. In a New York Times article, Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown called the cover "Anti-Hollywood, anti-glitz, a new young movie star willing to say, 'I look beautiful pregnant,' and not ashamed of it. One year later, Demi returned to the cover of Vanity Fair to commemorate her pregnant nude shot. This time, she appeared with a mens suit painted on her body.
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