For its December issue, the American magazine V prints Irina Shayk on its cover.
Neon dress and metallic face paint, the 36-year-old Russian model seems straight out of the
Luc Besson's film.
Irina Shayk strikes a pose in a futuristic look, her forehead and hair domed with silver, and her gaze underlined with red makeup, contrasting with a crystalline complexion.
The top completes her outfit with black cowboy boots with fringes.
The makeover is signed Nicholas Formichetti, who we know in particular for having dressed Lady Gaga in an all-meat dress in 2010, and immortalized by the couple of photographers Inez & Vinoodh.
For the rest of the session, Irina Shayk slipped into a black dress with a white collar, like a suit jacket, and openwork at the waist, signed Self-Portrait.
On the accessory side, the model is illustrated with a scarf tied around her face and red Vex Latex gloves, reminiscent of the inscription Irina in capital letters, on the top of her chest.
Irina Shayk began her career in the early 2000s in the world of underwear, with the Intimissimi brand and the magazine with famous swimsuit covers, Sports Illustrated.
Archetypal glamorous model, it is only recently that she began to lend herself to the game of spectacular metamorphosis.
For the Russian edition of
in March 2021 in particular, Irina Shayk ventured for the first time into the monochrome register, verdant from the tips of the hair to that of the heels.
In one of the pointed magazine V, the star proves again that the color of the strange sticks to her skin.