Bar Rafaeli, Leonardo DiCaprio's stunning model girlfriend, is the face of British retailer Marks & Spencer's new lingerie line.
Marks & Spencer
Pam Anderson's new campaign for Vivienne Westwood is surprisingly hot. The blonde bombshell and her heaving, inflated bosoms aren't usually found in fashion mags -- but the quirky combo of Playboy centerfold and designer threads seems to work.
Photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood
Scarlett Johansson for Dolce & Gobbana.
A sizzling Marilyn Monroe impression that's sure to sell some makeup.
Dolce & Gobbana
Fergie for M.A.C.'s VIVA GLAM collection
Fabulous, feathered, and just a little airbrushed.
Katie and Posh's Dueling Ads
We know it's tough to tell the difference, but that's Katie Holmes on the left for Miu Miu and Victoria Beckham baring (nearly) all for Giorgio Armani. The campaigns launched within days of one another -- so the question is: who's hotter?
Madonna for Louis Vuitton
Anyone else tired of the trademark Madonna crotch shot?
Kirsten Dunst for Miu Miu
We prefer Katie Holmes, hands down.
Heidi Klum for Jordache
The jean company was apparently trying to target the "hot mom" demographic.
Kate Moss for Agent Provocateur
Arguably the iconic lingerie maker's most famous star.
Liv Tyler for Gap
The actress helped boost the fledgling brand as it tried to overhaul its image.
The ads features Scarlett looking just like Marilyn Monroe (because Christina Aguilera and the late, great Anna Nicole Smith haven't quite squeezed every last bit out of that look yet) lying on a suggestively rumpled bed, in a very D&G corset. Clichéd, but very sexy.