She might not be bearing her soul about that Bradley Cooper breakup just yet, but she’s basically baring everything else — Irina Shayk is posing nude in new Calvin Klein ads, and the 33-year-old model gives fresh meaning to the term revenge body. In all seriousness, though, Shayk starring in the revealing handbag campaign likely has nothing to do with her ex and everything to do with how fierce the working mother-of-one clearly is.
The company backs up the latter, telling People that they cast Shayk for the campaign due to “her warm presence and piercing glaze,” which “sets the tone for the campaign.” Shayk took to her Instagram account on Thursday to share a first look at the photos and video shot by Inez & Vinoodh. “Unlocked in #MyCalvins,” Shayk captioned a video montage of her striking various poses on armchairs. Dressed only in a thong and fishnets, she strategically covers her body with Calvin Klein handbags.
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Shayk has been a literal busy-body lately, posing in the latest ad campaigns for Burberry and Moschino (in addition to CK). She’s on a bag kick too, having recently designed a collection of handbags in collaboration with The Kooples. Work it, Shayk.
After four years of dating, Shayk and Cooper decided to end their relationship in June. The ex-couple, who shares custody of two-year-old daughter Lea De Seine, seems to have split on amicable terms. Cooper has been seeing going to and from Shayk’s New York City apartment to coordinate co-parenting. “It’s clear that Bradley and Irina have the same goals for their daughter. They are both wonderful parents,” a source previously told People.
As for Shayk’s modeling career, it shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. As evidenced by this new campaign, she’s building an impressive body of work (do you see what we did there). Mama’s gotta make that paper, right?