WAG Irina Shayk protects modesty with leather mitts for Replay campaign

   Jan 28, 11:52 am

London, Jan 28 (ANI): Irina Shayk posed topless with heavily-tattooed male model Vinnie Woolston for the latest Replay campaign.

Wearing a pair of belted, cut-off denim shorts, Cristiano Ronaldo 's ladylove used just a pair of brown leather fingerless gloves to protect her modesty, The Daily mail reported.

In another shot, the 26-year-old Russian beauty can be seen wearing a snug pair of Replay jeans and nothing else, with her bee-stung lips on display.

The pair were also joined by American-Italian model Vanessa Hessler, 24.

In a behind-the-scenes video, the WAG and Hessler can be seen getting their hair and makeup done in front of the mirror.

They then pose seductively together in an array of Replay clothing.

However, while Shayk got to pose with a topless the New Zealander model, Hessler was pictured wearing a lot more clothes with the hunk.

The new advertisement, shot by Thierry Le GouEs, marks the brand's 30th anniversary. (ANI)

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