Gisele Graces the Cover of Paris Vogue in Tighty-Whities with Her Name Emblazoned on Them

Gisele Bündchen is getting a little cheeky on the cover of Paris Vogue

The 35-year-old Brazilian bombshell, the highest paid model of 2015, graces the latest cover of the magazine, which celebrates a stunning 95 years in print.

Gisele Bündchen Paris Vogue

Shot by Mario Testino, a friend of the supermodel, the cover features Bündchen looking casual and playful in a closet of clothes. Oh, and practically nude.

She’s wearing just a fabulous hat and a pair of underwaer emblazoned with “Gisele” on the backside.

Inside, Tom Brady’s other half also poses nude except for a thigh-high black boot, showing her tanned, toned silhouette, and reveals her backside in a colorful, unzipped Moschino gown.

Gisele Bündchen Paris Vogue

As per the latest beauty trends, she also appears to be wearing little to no makeup.

Smalls Goes Topless for V Magazine

She’s one of the modeling world’s top models… But Joan Smalls is just topless for her latest magazine cover.

The 26-year-old fashion model, ranked as the No. 1 model in the world according to since September 2012, went topless for V Magazine‘s Model Mania issue, which is out on July 17.

Joan Smalls V Magazine Cover

On the cover, Smalls wears nothing but a pair of grey pants with her hand strategically covering her breasts while she touches Sean O’Pry‘s neck.

The Model Mania issue, which consists of 46 pages, features eight of the world’s hottest models, including Amanda Murphy, Emily DiDonato, Matthew Terry, and Aurelien Muller.

The photos in the magazine were shot by fashion photographer, Mario Testino. The outfits of the models were sponsored by Givenchy, Prada, Fendi, Michael Kors, Balmain, Tom Ford, Proenza Schouler, Gucci and Chanel.

Joan, who has appeared in many high-end magazine covers, has achieved an impressive modeling career, including the top spot on Top 50 Models roundup. She also ranked eighth on Forbes‘ list of The World’s Highest Paid Models in 2013.

Joan, who made an appearance on Beyonce Knowles‘ music video “Yonce“, has been the first Puerto Rican model who was chosen to front the campaigns of famous brands like Gucci, Fendi and Givenchy. She also became the first Latina face for Estee Lauder.

Lopez (Swim)Suits Up for Vogue

Jennifer Lopez may be the world’s most powerful celebrity… But she’s also one of the most bodtastic… And, she’s not afraid to show it!

Following up her boxing-inspired spread in V magazine, the 42-year-old Puerto Rican singer/actress models five oh-so-sexy designer swimsuits in the June issue of Vogue.

Jennifer Lopez in Vogue

Shot by celebrity photographer Mario Testino, la Lopez flaunts her gorgeous games and flat stomach in the eye-catching images, including one of her soaking up the sun on a diving board, clad in a skimpy, strapless black monokini.

Lopez’s stylish swimsuits include a maroon Charlie by Matthew Zink V-neck, a strappy black Hervé Léger by Max Azria suit and looks from Chanel, Gucci and Eres.

Jennifer Lopez in Vogue

The bombshell, who recently set hearts aflutter during her recent performance of her latest single “Dance Again” on American Idol, is launching a summer tour with Enrique Iglesias after she completes her judging stint on the Fox singing competition.

“We have a lot of choreographers working with us,” she told reporters at a recent press conference, adding that designer Zuhair Murad is creating her costumes. “It’s going to be an amazing, amazing show.”

Jennifer Lopez in Vogue

Vogue’s June issue hits on newsstands on May 22.

Images courtesy of Vogue/Mario Testino.

Lopez: Punchtastic in Latest Issue of V Magazine…

She’s proven to be a natural talent at capoeira… And, now Jennifer Lopez is throwing punches in style…

Jennifer Lopez's V Magazine Spread

The 42-year-old Puerto Rican singer/actress—who was a blue-ribbon beauty on the red carpet at this year’s Academy Awards—morphed into a tough, high-fashion boxer for the cover and a special feature in the March issue of V magazine.

Jennifer Lopez's V Magazine Cover

The American Idol judge—wearing designs by Emporio Armani, Alexander Wang and Calvin Klein, all while revealing her trademark six-pack abs and a little underboob—was photographed by Mario Testino, who shot Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s engagement portraits.

Lopez even donned men’s groin protectors because she “thought it was more graphic.”

Jennifer Lopez's V Magazine Spread

J.Lo, who learned to box for her role in Money Train and later mastered Krav Maga for the thriller Enough, insists she’s always been a fighter.

Jennifer Lopez's V Magazine Spread

“I’ve always felt like a tough girl from the Bronx, but I have a soft core,” Lopez tells V magazine. “I can take a lot of punches and still keep going. I’ve been trained like a boxer to go 15 rounds.”

Images courtesy of V magazine & Mario Testino; Video courtesy of Us Weekly.

Bardem’s Gold Medal Moment…

It may not be an Olympic medal, but Javier Bardem is still a gold medalist.

At a special gala event in New York City last night, Spain’s Queen Sofía presented the 42-year-old Oscar-winning actor with the Queen Sofía Spanish Institute’s Gold Medal, which is presented each year to Americans and Spaniards who contribute to the betterment of relations between the United States and Spain.

Javier Bardem receives gold medal from Spain's Queen Sofia

During the ceremony, Queen Sofía emphasized the importance of presenting the awards in New York, “a city that is the crucible of cultures, and that represents the force and the wealth of the ties that unite Spain and the United States.”

“I thank the queen of Spain for this recognition,” said Bardem during the special ceremony attended by distinguished guests, including former U.S. president Bill Clinton, Barbara Walters and Vogue editor Anna Wintour, adding that he felt “proud of being of a country with so many places and different colors.”

This year’s other medal recipients: Spanish chef and restaurateur Ferran Adrià and noted Peruvian photographer Mario Testino.

Testino, an artist from Lima who divides his time between London and New York, was recognized for his “exceptional talent that has made him a global star.”

“I dedicate this award to the thousands of Latin Americans who each year leave their countries to come to America,” said Testino, the man behind the lens of numerous magazine covers and portraits, including photos of the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

In addition, Queen Sofia presented Oscar de la Renta, the president of the New York Institute, with the Great Order of Civil Merit award that King Juan Carlos awarded him in February.