Irina Shayk Sizzles in the 2014 Beach Bunny Spring Collection
Sports Illustrated model Irina Shayk has posed again for Beach Bunny Swimwear in its 2014 Spring Collection. Shayk looked very attractive in the new photo shoot.
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The Russian brunette beauty sure knows how to catch someone else's eye and attention effortlessly. She just needs to show off her voluptuous body and pouty lips, and any guy wouldn't want to look on anything else, that's for sure.
Shayk modeled her latest Beach Bunny bikini collection in Sanctuary, Belize. The latest swimwear line features equestrian-inspired bathing suit with accents of gold as well as shades of bronze and red.
During the photo shoot, Shayk was kind enough to reveal to everyone the things she keep in her bag whenever she hits the beach. Shayk is indeed a model with an eccentric personality. She was entertaining and comical as she shared the things she takes with her whenever she goes to the beach. What could even be sexier than a sexy hot Russian girl with a good sense of humour?
Check her out in the video below:
Shayk started modeling for Beach Bunny in 2009, and she has been a favourite ever since. Shayk has appeared in several campaigns such as the Tart Noir Spring Collection, Goddess Collection, and Lady Lace Collection, just to name a few.
You can literally sell any product by having Shayk pose in a two-piece swimsuit, right?
Beach Bunny Swimwear was established a decade ago by couture bikini manufacturer Angela Chittenden. Aside from Shayk, the other supermodels who have appeared in its swimwear campaigns include Kate Upton, Christine Teigen, and Saleisha Towers.
Model Irina Shayk poses on the red carpet as she arrives for the screening of the film "All is Lost" during the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 22, 2013. (Reuters)
Aside from modeling, Shayk had also tried her shot at acting. She had her first take on acting when she played the role of Megara, Hercules' wife, in the new movie "Hercules: The Thracian Wars," which is set to be released in the U.S. on July 25, 2014.