After making headlines for her blossoming romance with Twilight actress Kristen Stewart, supermodel Stella Maxwell is turning heads with her nude photo shoot for the latest issue of Vogue Brazil.

The Victoria's Secret Angel stripped down for the magazine cover, leaving little to the imagination.

"So grateful," she captioned the Instagram snap of the cover photo tagging Vogue Brazil alongside.

The artistic picture captured by celebrated fashion photographer Giampaolo Sgura, shows Maxwell staring into the lens as she covers her modesty with her hands.

The only accessory in the cover shot is a leaf-shaped statement necklace that graces her neckline. Adding further oomph to the picture is Maxwell's blonde locks that perfectly frame her face in two loosely tied pigtails.

Maxwell's make-up is also kept to the minimal with just a hint of lip gloss and smokey smoldering eyes in the shot.

✨✨✨So grateful! ✨✨✨@voguebrasil May 2017 shot by the amazing @giampaolosgura ✨✨✨✨ Thank you to the wonderful team, makeup @fulviafarolfi hair by @francogobbi1 and styled by @pedrosales_1 💛 @alikavoussi @thelionsny 💛

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As the model seems to be soaring professionally with her glamorous magazine covers and runway accomplishments, Maxwell's personal life too has become a topic of interest of late. Earlier there were reports that she and Stewart may have taken the big plunge in their relationship and "moved in together" in the actress' LA apartment.

Apparently, Maxwell "spends all of her time" at her girlfriend's four-bedroom house, even though she continues to maintain her own home in NYC, according to Us Weekly.

"They're both so busy with work, but try to be together when they can," a source told the magazine adding, "Kristen really likes her."

As for Stewart, who has dated both men and women, the alleged romance with Maxwell comes amid candid interviews about her sexuality.

"The whole issue of sexuality is so grey. I'm just trying to acknowledge that fluidity, that greyness, which has always existed. But maybe only now are we allowed to start talking about it," the actress had dished to The Guardian.