It may be for Ralph Lauren, but could these images of Kelly Brook technically be called a fashion shoot if it didn't feature any clothes?
Newly released images of the former Strictly Come Dancing star show her posing with nothing more than a pale pink hydrangea branch for the U.S. designer.
With tousled hair and sultry pout, the model, now 29, flaunted the figure for which she would become famous as presenter on The Big Breakfast alongside Johnny Vaughan.
But why the images from the shoot did not feature any clothes remains unclear. Perhaps Ralph Lauren had a little-known sideline in floristry, or maybe the stylist forgot to pack the products.
Further images from the set showed Kelly in a sports bra and briefs set.
Ralph Lauren was not the only major brand to have spotted Kelly's potential so early on. Fosters and Renault also employed her for campaigns, while Triumph commissioned a special 5-foot billboard of her bust.
It was not long before a career in television beckoned, and as well as The Big Breakfast, Kelly presented Celebrity Love Island, as well as appearing in U.S. series Smallville and British film School for Seduction.
Kelly is among a host of female stars to have posed in their heels this week in a bid to raise money to fund research into women's health issues.
Along with Amanda Holden and Tess Daly, Kelly donned her favourite shoes for a sexy photo shoot to launch the Heels that Heal campaign.
Famous faces including Kylie Minogue, Cheryl Cole and the Prime Minister's wife Sarah Brown will also be delving into their shoe closet for an Ebay auction of stars' stilettos.
People will also be able to bid for a series of exciting experiences including afternoon tea with Rachel Stevens or a shopping trip with Ms Holden.
The auctioneers hope to raise £500,000 to help young women dealing with chronic gynaecological issues like PMS (Pre-menstrual syndrome), endometriosis and PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) women who are suffering from ovarian and cervical cancer and women determined to get pregnant and have a healthy baby.Mail Online reported.