Hottest Model Ever Rocks Beach Bunny Swimwear 2010 Collection [Gallery]

This time the world’s hottest model ever Irina Sheik poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog.

  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear
  • Irina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny SwimwearIrina Shayk poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog. Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear

After Intimissimi photo shoot, returns with new parts of the mark. The Russian bombshell Irina Shayk poses for swimwear chain Beach Bunny. Irina Sheik make it more hotter with the contrast of her beauty figure.

Irina Shaykhlislamova, or “Sheik” for short, has ben the face of campaigns for Intimissimi, Guess, Victoria’s Secret and a series of shoots for Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue. On this photo Ms. Sheik poses for Beach Bunny Swimwear Spring-Summer 2010 catalog.

Like the Beach Bunny woman, the brand is going places. Since its launch in 2004, Beach Bunny has become an international sensation causing a frenzy with its definitive luxury swimwear and ready to wear that captures the California lifestyle and appeals to glamorous girls across the globe who just want to have fun.

Beach Bunny Swimwear’s 2011 collection showcases the brand’s flirty-fun attitude and is a celebration of each woman’s own unique spirit. Spring boasted two bountiful collections, both modeled by Sports Illustrated and Guess beauty Kate Upton, appropriately titled Flower Child, featuring an array of floral designs and appliquĂ© and La Dolce Vita, representing the sweet life with deep hues and hints of sparkle and lace. The heat is on this Summer with our bold and fresh Rock the Casbah collection, modeled by Maybelline supermodel Lisalla Montenegro, and inspired by the exotic colors and rich textures of Marrakech Morocco and boasts rich jewel tones of fuchsia, emerald green and amethyst purple.

To ensure the ultimately sexy fit in all the right places, our 2011 suits come with seductive Brazilian cuts featuring ruched backing, and a variety of curve-enhancing tops including triangles, bandeaus, halters and underwires. Like our suits, we know that every woman is unique. That’s why we offer our tops and bottoms separately, so you mix-and-match for the perfect fit.

With a keen understanding of what women want and striving to stay ahead of the curve, it didn’t take long for the brand to launch Beach Bunny Bride, the first ever bridal swimwear collection. This exclusive line includes an array of swimwear and cover-ups adorned in hand beaded pearls, delicate Chantilly lace and Swarovski crystals that capture the femininity, edge and grace of the modern bride.

Whether you are the bride-to-be wanting to make heads turn and hearts flutter on your wedding day or honeymoon, or if you are looking for the perfect bridal shower gift, Beach Bunny Bride will help create every lasting memories.

The Los Angeles based label continues to extend its product line in 2011 to include a wide range of items for customers to fully live the Beach Bunny lifestyle. The highly anticipated Beach Bunny Loungewear collection made its debut earlier this year and modeled by Kate Upton and Vogue supermodel Cameron Russell.

The collection received rave reviews from patrons and press alike with its incredibly wearable pieces that are body conscious, yet sexy and transcends the traditional concept of loungewear. The brand is also pleased to announce its ready to wear line which features an array of products from sexy tunics and dresses that are perfect for those warm summer nights, to hot mini denim shorts and breezy tees that scream California cool.

To complete the Beach Bunny look don’t forget to pick up a pair of the brand’s sandals embellished with mother of pearl and Swarovski crystals or the all new accessories with adorable bangles, bracelets, necklaces and headbands all in an assortment of playful colors adorned with signature Beach Bunny charms.

With an exceptional brand comes an equally extraordinary shopping experience. From its first branded boutique in downtown Scottsdale, AZ, to the long-awaited flagship store in Newport Beach, CA, to debuts among the posh fashion houses of Robertson Blvd in Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas and The Dubai Mall, each showroom is envisioned as a provocative “Gift to the City.”

Enter a new Beach Bunny boutique and be transported to a seductive multimillion-dollar mega-yacht decked in teak woods and contemporary eye candy. Every element is designed to dazzling effect, transforming shoppers into socialites surrounded by luscious collections, exquisite accoutrements and an attentive team of Beach Bunny associates well versed in the art of the personal touch.

It’s no wonder the brand counts iconic women from the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Fergie to Cheryl Tiegs and Cindy Crawford among its celebrity devotees, mostly recently culminating in an exclusive collaboration with Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and KhloĂ© Kardashian Odom.

You’ll also find more Beach Bunny Swimwear suits than any other designer line in the pages of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue – and on the amazing bodies of supermodels like Irina Shayk, Bar Refaeli, Heidi Klum and Petra Nemcova. Beach Bunny has also captured the attention of People, Vogue, InStyle, USA Today, E! News Daily with Ryan Seacrest, Extra and more.

Seven years after its unveiling, Beach Bunny has arrived and with its fuel and legion of loyal fans across the globe, this brand is not stopping anytime soon.

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