It's Chilly In Here
As a high fashion model I have long had a policy of no nudity or partial nudity in my photo shoots. For my recent Elle Brazil cover shoot I wore a body suit under a sheer dress which I now find was photoshopped out to give the impression of me showing much more skin than I was, or am comfortable with. This was specifically against my expressed verbal and written direction to the entire team that they not do so. I'm extremely disappointed that my wishes and contract was ignored. I strongly believe very model has a right to set rules for how she is portrayed and for me these rules were clearly circumvented.
- Coco Rocha
We don't know what the contract stipulated, so we don't know if it actually spelled out that they feature the image with the body suit in it, or was it just assumed? If it was an assumption, that would be her's and her agency's fault.
From a taste point of view, I'm also wondering if she thought they would actually feature a picture of a sheer dress with a body suit underneath it. Stylistically and fashionably speaking, it would've looked terrible, as seen in the above right image.
I also don't think the above image falls under the partial nudity claw. I think the below Loreal campaign she did is more partial nudity and suggestive; and the Zac Posen dress she wore to the New Yorkers for Children gala, last week, shows as much skin, as the above cover.
On a last note, It's most interesting she did not call her self a super model.