Irina Shayk Stars in Beach Bunny Spring 2014 Campaign [Gallery]

Russian model Irina Shayk is back once again for the spring 2014 campaign from Beach Bunny Swimwear.

  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny
  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny
  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny
  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny
  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny
  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny
  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny
  • Photo: Irina Shayk / Beach BunnyPhoto: Irina Shayk / Beach Bunny

Sports Illustrated model Irina Shayk continued to sizzle in the New Year for 2014, as she has stunned again for the latest Beach Bunny 2014 campaign. The 28-year-old beauty is at her best, posing on a tropical beach in a succession of teeny bikinis.

It is a piece of cake for the Russian brunette with amazing voluptuous body and pouty lips to catch someone else’s eye and attention effortlessly, so that any guy wouldn’t want to look on anything else, that’s for sure.

Shayk modeled her latest Beach Bunny bikini collection in Sanctuary, Belize. The latest swimwear line features equestrian-inspired bathing suit with accents of gold as well as shades of bronze and red.

In one of the pictures, she sits in the sand while she positively spills out of a studded leopard-print number. In one of the most tempting shots, Irina emulates a Greek goddess as she recline in the sand wearing a beaded gold sequined bikini.

Along with the photo-shoot there was release a video, where Russian bombshell, wearing a very low cut white one-piece bikini, shares her beach bag secrets – one of which should be that the bag itself is massive and holds everything.

She begins by showing how she keeps her supermodel looks by producing some high factor sunscreen from her bag and spraying herself liberally with it. A sun-visor for one – bright orange for preference – to shield her beautiful face from the harmful rays of the sun, and a complete snorkel set “just in case”.

Then comes the water spray for her face, the lip balm and vitamins to ensure she looks and feels her best.

Irina and her capacious handbag are still not done – she then pulls out a massive cover up blanket, her phone and charger and some over-sized – celebrity issue – sunglasses to protect her eyes from the sun, says the Mirror.

The Beach Bunny campaign is the latest in a series of career coups for the Russian model, who last year, appeared in editorial features in a host of prestigious magazines as well as on the cover of Spanish Vogue.

The model is also due to debut as an actress later this year when she appears in “Hercules: The Thracian Wars” as Megara, the vengeful wife of the eponymous hero, played by The Rock.

Shayk first graced for Beach Bunny in 2009, and she has been a favorite ever since. She has also stared in several campaigns such as the Tart Noir Spring Collection, Goddess Collection, and Lady Lace Collection, just to name a few.

The designer behind the brand is Californian Angela Chittenden, a former swimwear model herself, who says the idea for her own label arose after she was unable to find beachwear to suit.

“Either they were too conservative with too much coverage, or they weren’t very classy,” she complains in an interview on the Beach Bunny website.

“There was nothing out there that was sexy and elegant. So I decided to design my own.”

Having concluded that “sexy cuts” with copious embellishment were the future of swimwear, the couture bikini manufacturer, founded American swimwear brand Beach Bunny a decade ago.

“Some people said I was crazy, that my designs were too risky, too out-there to catch on,’ she adds. ‘I guess they were wrong.”

Aside from Shayk, the other supermodels who have appeared in its swimwear campaigns include Kate Upton, Christine Teigen, and Saleisha Towers.

Share This article

We welcome comments that advance the story directly or with relevant tangential information. We try to block comments that use offensive language, all capital letters or appear to be spam, and we review comments frequently to ensure they meet our standards. If you see a comment that you believe is irrelevant or inappropriate, you can flag it to our editors by using the report abuse links. Views expressed in the comments do not represent those of Coinspeaker Ltd.