She’s used to parading her incredible figure in a series of sexy shoots and catwalk shows.
But Irina Shayk positively sizzled as she posed up a storm in a stunning new campaign for Beach Bunny Swimwear.
Showing off her envy-inducing curves in a number of tiny bikinis, the 27-year-old model looked hotter than ever as she smouldered into the camera.
Flaunting her killer tan, washboard abs and perfectly toned limbs, the Russian bombshell arranged herself into a series of sexy poses as she revealed her body from every angle.
Proving her boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo is a very lucky man indeed, the brunette beauty certainly did the skimpy swimwear justice as she bagged the starring role in the advertising campaign.
Letting her bronzed body and perfect figure do the talking, Irina kept the rest of her look simple with her dark locks slicked bag and tumbling in loose waves down her back.
And the star accentuated her stunning features with dramatic bronze make-up as she posed and pouted up a storm for the camera.
It would appear the model was impressed with her efforts, posting a link to a number of the sexy snaps on her Twitter page.
She wrote: ‘LOVE this new photo from my Beach Bunny Swimwear campaign.’
Meanwhile, Beach Bunny Swimwear seemed equally thrilled to have landed the stunning model for the shoot.
Writing on their official Facebook page, the company wrote: ‘She’s Back! We are very excited to announce Sports Illustrated Swimsuit beauty & supermodel Irina Shayk as the face of Beach Bunny 2013!’
They added on Twitter: ‘Irina + Sequins + Lady Lace = LOVE.’
Beach Bunny Swimwear are no strangers to having celebrities front their advertising campaigns, with curvaceous blonde Kate Upton having taken the helm on a number of occasions.
And the American model even designed her own swimwear line for the California-based beach designer, admitting getting behind the scenes was a ‘dream come true’.
She said of the collection: ‘I love all the embellishments and especially the lingerie details because they make you feel so sexy.’