Brooke Shields looked nothing short of sensational as she stripped down and paraded her ageless curves in a skimpy underwear set for Kim Kardashian’s new SKIMS campaign
Brooke Shields has floored fans after stripping down to a skimpy underwear set.
The Hollywood actress, 57, paraded her ageless figure in the nude two-piece as she posed up a storm for Kim Kardashian’s latest SKIMS campaign.
The following shot saw the Pretty Baby actress slip into a brown underwire bra and sheer shapewear as she gazed directly down the lens.
The 80s model looked sexier than ever in the sizzling set of snaps uploaded to her Instagram page on Tuesday (September 20).
“I’m so honored and excited to be in @SKIMS first ever bra campaign,” she gushed in the caption.
The Blue Lagoon star added: “I can honestly say that these bras are something we can all feel confident and comfortable in.”
Thousands of Brooke’s millions of followers flocked to the comments to leave adoring messages underneath the slew of beautiful shots.
One penned: “She is the most beautiful woman in the world.”
“You are absolutely beautiful,” added a second.
Another gushed: “Wow, just wow, breathtaking,” as a fourth echoed: “Still a goddess at your age.”
While someone else exclaimed: “Beautiful as ever.”
The former Calvin Klein model is the face of the Kardashian star’s new line along with actress Juliette Lewis, Chelsea Handler, Indya Moore, Cassie and singer Becky G.
The reality star went all out and found women from a diverse array of ages, lifestyles and backgrounds to front the ad which celebrates “individuality and confidence.”
Speaking about the campaign, the 41-year-old said that she wants “all women” to feel comfortable in their bras, “but more importantly, confident.”
“This is Skims biggest campaign yet, and I couldn’t be more honored to have worked with the amazing women who brought it to life.
“Confidence stars within, and with this campaign, we are bringing all women together to celebrate all bodies and individuality,” the 41-year-old added in the statement to PEOPLE.