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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley goes topless for a steamy fashion shoot in V Magazine's summer issue

She recently revealed that she prefers modelling lingerie to clothes.
But in a new fashion shoot for the summer issue of V Magazine - which hits the stands on Memorial Day weekend - Rosie Huntington-Whitely appears to have gone without her underwear, while keeping her clothes on.
In an exclusive sneak peak of the shoot - that has been styled by Rihanna's stylist Mel Ottenberg - Rosie, 27, goes topless in a number of poses as she models outfits by Prada, Celine, Saint Laurent and Gucci.

 The striking star was catapulted into the spotlight after signing with Victoria's Secret in 2006 and now has her own underwear line for Marks & Spencer, and the model claims she would rather pose in skimpy smalls then in ready-to-wear because it makes her feel empowered.
She told the crowd at the Vogue Festival recently: 'I have been modelling lingerie for most of my career. I was booked for a lot of assignments early on.'
'I have always felt comfortable although you have your days and your girlie times of the month when you don't feel great and you go on stage with a bloated stomach.'

 'But it is something I have felt confident doing and I love it. Clothes are usually trickier because there is a lot more to them!'.
However, Rosie insisted she would never pose naked for a job no matter how big the pay cheque since the images often get 'taken out of context' and are 'demeaned' outside of their original context.
The 27-year-old model also admitted her confidence has taken a knocking in recent years and she felt far more fearless when she was first starting out in the industry.

 She said during the talk at London's Southbank centre: 'When I first started I had so much confidence. I was up for anything. In my early twenties and late teens I became a bit more insecure.'
Rosie almost didn't get her big modelling break, confessing that an agent at her teenage work experience at a model agency in London's West End initially advised her against it.
The leggy blonde recalled: 'It wasn't as glamorous as I thought I would be but I really enjoyed it. Someone was suggesting I should model but one of the agents called me aside and said 'I don't think this is for you, I think you need to go'.
'But I went back a year later and they asked me to model. I figured I would do it so I could at least see a photoshoot and I got my first job a day later.'

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