Gigi Hadid, Lily Aldridge and Joan Smalls are the latest models to grace a Stuart Weitzman ad campaign. These ladies posed prettily for the camera, in which one shot featured the three of them wearing nothing but shoes.

The three models flaunted their sexy sides as they showed off fashionable heels, wedges, sandals and boots from the shoe designer. One eye-catching shot even had Hadid, Aldridge and Smalls standing naked while in group hug, with only a pair of black Stuart Weitzman heels on.

According to E!News, this is the first time that the three models have posed together for the designer shoe brand. The previous supermodel, who had this honor, was Gisele Bundchen.

The birthday suit picture, which was shot by Mario Testino, would have been an awkward thing to do. However, Aldridge mentioned that the photo shoot went well since the three of them are friends.

"We are all friends me, Gigi and Joan,” she explained to E!News. “I just love our friendship; our camaraderie. We joke around and goof around. We can be girls and have fun and do our dream job together.  It's so nice to have girls that you support each other, lift each other up, make each other better and bring each other up you up. I love that."

The three being friends was also one of the factors that the brand chose them to be their latest ad models. According to People magazine, a press release issued by the shoe brand stated that it has “made them the ideal casting choice for the campaign, as Stuart Weitzman has always been a common thread in bringing girlfriends together, from shoe shopping to shoe sharing to shoe closet envy.”

Meanwhile, Hadid recently gushed about the brand and described how comfortable Stuart Weitzman’s designs are. In a video interview obtained by People magazine, Hadid mentioned that the designer’s shoes “[don't] only look good, they’re also very comfortable.”

Hadid went on to share how she had to run through an airport to catch a flight wearing the designer’s Highland black boots which had a 3 inch heel. She stated that the experience “didn’t kill her feet.”

“So I think that’s a pretty good test of comfortable shoes,” she added.