Bella Hadid
Model Bella Hadid presents a creation by Alexandre Vauthier during the 2017-2018 fall/winter Haute Couture collection in Paris on July 4, 2017.Getty

Following in the footsteps of her supermodel sister and mother, Victoria's Secret stunner Bella Hadid has graced yet another fashion magazine cover. This time, however, the 20-year-old model amped up her sex appeal by going topless for the steamy yet artistic V magazine photoshoot.

Decked in nothing but just her denim pants, Bella lets her smouldering looks do all the talking in the sensuous snaps – a glimpse of which she even shared with her fans on Instagram, minus any photo caption.

The catwalk queen sports dramatic eyes in the photo as she seductively poses for the cameras. While her luscious locks have been styled away from the face, Bella casually throws her arm over her chest in order to cover her bare modesty from the lenses.

However, what steals the attention is the model's bejeweled look in the photograph as Bella showcases some glittery items – including diamond-encrusted BVLGARI pieces. No sooner had she shared the saucy pic on social media, than fans bombarded the picture with several raving messages.

"You really aren't letting the other model girlies breathe," a fan of the American model commented. "That's my girl. I love you so much my bella," another admirer gushed.

Soon, Bella's other social media followers, of whom she has close to 14.5 million on the picture-sharing site, also joined in and hailed the model as "a goddess" or the "queen".

"Queen of diamonds," one Instagram user shared, while another drew comparisons writing, "It look like Vivian Leigh in this picture".

Bella has also been the subject of some social media debate recently after she graced the cover of Vogue Arabia. The half-Palestinian and half-Dutch model received flak from fans, who were disappointed that an Arabic-born model was not chosen for the prestigious issue.

"This is suppose to be Vogue 'Arabia', there are so many talented and beautiful Arabic models who can do this cover, I hope you bring an Arabic woman next time," argued a critic.