The latest one to join the string of steamy Love magazine's advent calendar shoots – featuring beauties such as Rita Ora, Emily Ratajkowski, and Gigi Hadid – is lingerie model Stella Maxwell. And the Victoria's Secret stunner's look in lilac is breathtaking, to say the least.
Taking to Instagram, Maxwell shared a glimpse of the jaw-dropping shoot from "day 16", in which the model effortlessly oozed sex appeal as she indulged in some run-of-the-mill activities.
"Day #16! You for sure aren't going to see the Love Advent calendar hanging in grandma and grandpas house before the holidays hahaha," going all cheeky, she shared alongside the clip tagging everyone involved in the shoot. "Shot by @philpoynter style @sallylyndley makeup @alice___lane hair @benskervin thank i @kegrand @bitton fun shoot ;) Happy Holidays! @thelovemagazine."
While fans are no stranger to seeing the runway vet strip down to lingerie, for the calendar shoot, Maxwell turned up the oomph by few notches. Going all sultry, the model girlfriend of Kristen Stewart posed seductively for the camera while she worked up a sweat in a lilac thong and matching top-wear.
In another shot directed by Phil Poynter, the Belgian model looked nothing less than sensational as she enjoyed an ice-cream while posing on the exercise bike.
"This should be illegal," one of her social media followers shared in the comments section, keeping with the cheeky humour. Someone else gasped, "Holly Molly".
"Should have done the video with only the thong you were wearing. The impact would have been more profound," shared the third user, dishing in some bits of advice for Maxwell.
Another excited fan wrote, "Love this video so much."
Maxwell's Instagram feed is a constant source of such interesting updates for her fans, and if her words are any indication, even the catwalk queen has no problem sharing her moments with her 3.4 million Instagram followers.
"People like to see what you're doing and feel involved. Everyone craves that whole behind-the-scenes side of things. I think it's important to keep people involved with what you're doing and to shed a little light on what goes into the end result," she said, as told by Harper's Bazaar magazine.