Amber Valletta might have a part in the upcoming sci-fi thriller "Gamer," but her modeling skills are still fiercely intact, as shown in the below fashion spread shot by former Dior designer Hedi Slimane for the newest issue of V Magazine, out September 1.

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Amber Valletta and Hedi Slimane do V Magazine
Check out Amber Valletta's rock and roll-styled spread.
Hedi Slimane for V Magazine
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Lindsay Lohan in British ELLE

    A sexy close-up that ELLE chose for one of Lindsay's two covers.

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    The standout boots and baubles that ELLE choose to grace one of its two September covers.

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    Sporting a silk YSL bustier and loads of jewelry -- none of which are the pieces stolen from the shoot.

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    The troubled actress admitted to ELLE that she had been crying a lot lately.

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    Lohan rocks out in lace leggings by her label 6162 paired with Isabel Marant studded suede booties.

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    The perpetual leggings fan (and designer) shows off a fierce spiked pair by Louise Goldin.

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    Lohan admitted that her favorite song at the moment is the heartbreak hit "Release Me" by Agnes Carlsson, which includes the telling lyrics: "I know it's wrong/ So why am I with you now/I say release me/'Cause I'm not able to convince myself/That I'm better off without you."

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    During the ELLE shoot, Lohan alternated between playing with her Blackberry, smoking Parliaments on the balcony, nibbling on a piece of pepperoni pizza and messing around with her iPod playlist.

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    Lohan relaxes in a cropped Roberto Cavalli cashmere sweater.

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The all black-and-white fashion story finds the relatively bare-faced supermodel in hard-edged denim and leather pieces, lots of sequins and even the same puffy-sleeved Dolce & Gabbana blazer that Rihanna rocked at The Met Gala earlier this year.

As for acting, Valletta tells the magazine she's ready for some meatier roles. "I don't want to be pigeonholed as the girl-next-door," she says. "There's nothing wrong with the girl-next-door, but I'd like to be the psycho killer and the warrior princess and the sex bomb and do serious material like Mamet or Shakespeare. I'd love to have the whole experience."

But modeling doesn't seem to be such a bad back-up plan.

To see which other major model from back in the day is featured in the same issue of V, click here. And check out Valletta and her fellow Nineties supermodels sans makeup.