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Scout Willis Shows Her Ass In Buttless Chaps

Submitted by on December 10, 2011 – 5:49 pm3 Comments
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Bottoms up!

Scout Willis, the daughter of Hollywood royalty, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, showed off her rump shaker for a biker chic fashion shoot with StyleLikeU, the online destination that specializes in “freedom of expression through personal style.” In the photo editorial shot by Magdalena Wosinska, the 20-year-old Brown University student dares to bare her derriere on the back of a motorcycle in cutout chaps by The Way We Wore in a black and white photograph on the scene at Sunken City in San Pedro, California.

When the celebrity spawn wasn’t giving her inner biker babe the spotlight, she channeled her flower power, posing on the beach in sensual fabrics, vintage jewelry, and studded sneakers. In a fashion film accompanying the photo spread, Scout penned a poem to recite over the footage. A portion of it reads:

“When I caught a lift headed north from a Jayne Mansfield look-alike in a T-bird with diamonds hanging between tan bony cleavage, I said goodbye to Los Angeles as I knew it… Goodbye to awkward adolescent girls in chiffon prom dresses looking like palm trees, all legs and long tangled brown hair with red glitter barrettes shaped like parrots and sparrows, farmer’s markets populated by skinny punks with bleached out flat top hair, beautiful mohawked children waltzing in moshpits with bruises blooming on knife blade cheekbones, goodbye to pink car orgasms atop Mulholland Drive reverberating off the canyon walls.”

Check out the full video below and the full shoot from StyleLikeU.com. Do you think Scout is bootylicious or are buttless chaps an absolute no-no?

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