Burlesque diva Dita Von Teese spends most of her professional life in little lacy bits of nearly nothing, so it should come as no surprise that she is the designer and face of Wonderbra's line, The Science of Sexy. These racy shots promote the second collection Von Teese has designed for the lingerie giant. Her first line stuck to gorgeous basics but with her second collection she has moved beyond bras and panties to designing more elaborate undergarments. Check out the gallery below to see more saucy shots of Von Teese's and other smokin' hot celebrity ads.










Celebrity Fashion Ads

    Dita Von Teese is not only the model for this gorgeous vintage-inspired collection, she's also the designer.

    Wonderbra

    Another of Von Teese's flirty and feminine creations.

    Wonderbra

    Kate Moss sizzles in the new ad campaign for her TopShop spring/summer line.

    TopShop

    Scarlet Johansson is the golden girl for champagne manufacturer Moët & Chandon's new campaign.

    Moët & Chandon

    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.

    MAC Cosmetics

    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?

    Miu Miu/Armani

    Madonna for Louis Vuitton
    Anyone else tired of the trademark Madonna crotch shot?

    Louis Vuitton