Southampton’s Sean “Diddy” Combs may have a suggestion if you’re looking for a book for that special someone on your holiday gift list. The multifaceted man we once called P. Diddy (or maybe still do?) partnered with Interscope-Geffen-A&M chairman Jimmy Iovine and artist Raphael Mazzucco to create Culo, a new photography collection celebrating a particular asset of the female form. The coffee table book was released last week, and the publishers want the world to know that “Culo is an art, fashion, and pop-culture movement that defies all national, cultural, and linguistic boundaries. No matter if you were raised to call it derriere, tush, rear end, or booty, culo is the new epicenter of female sexuality, desire, and empowerment.”
And if you just added Bootylicious and Sir Mixalot to your iPod playlist, we understand.