Bella Hadid is the newest model to sign to a Calvin Klein partnership and she says it's a "dream come true."
The supermodel is speaking out about her latest gig and didn't hold back her excitement.
Holding onto a shirtless hunk, newly-single Bella poses seductively in just a bra and panties.
"What a dream come true," she stated. "I love this team of people and I am so grateful to get the opportunity to work with the most iconic brand, CK, again."
Bella Hadid has been reposting several shots from friends who have been sending encouraging words her way ever since her billboard went up in New York City yesterday.
"not over this," she wrote in response to one of them.
It was announced on Tuesday, the 22-year-old was added to the long list of celebrities joining the #MyCalvins IRL campaign.
The other models for the campaign include supermodel Naomi Campbell, a web-cam enthusiast Diplo, as well as a bulge-baring Odell Beckham, Jr.
“Euphoria” breakout star Jacob Elordi is also featured. Sharing the retro video, Bella captioned it, "Thankful."
More Celebs In Their Calvins:
Tons of other stars have been apart of the Calvin Klein movement, slinging their names behind the popular underwear brand.
Justin Bieber playfully showed off his Calvins by flaunting his black underwear and posing next to a statue.
Kim, Kylie, Kourtney, Khloé and Kendall famously posed together as a family for their #MyCalvins campaign.
Sharing several sexy shots, the sisters sizzled in their ads, which took place right before Kylie gave birth to Stormi. The youngest KarJenner made sure to strategically hid her baby bump throughout the shoot.
Before he was tied to Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes showed off his goods in tighty-whities.
Needless to say, fans were very impressed.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" star Djimon Hounsou showed he's a man of steal while posing in his Calvin Kleins.
Of course, no Calvin Klein tribute would be completed without acknowledging the true pioneer, Mark Wahlberg.
Taken all the way back in 1991 and featuring Kate Moss, the actor's campaign is still a favorite among fans.