Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stripped down completely in a racy photo shoot for Burberry’s Christmas campaign. The only piece of clothing that saves her modesty is a Burberry scarf. The model smolders in the risqué photo shoot from the holiday ads for British label.

Rosie has bared-all in the designer’s Christmas campaign, which sees her provocatively wrapped in a Burberry Heritage scarf. She wears them onogrammed cashmere scarf with her initials “RHW.” The Victoria Secret model’s figure is on full display as she crosses her arms in an attempt to cover her ample cleavage.

Even though the designer scarf is cleverly draped over her body, Rosie shows off her enviable curves and glowing, tanned body in the new picture. The 28-year-old model, who has starred in no less than four Burberry campaigns since 2008, smolders as she stares seductively at the camera. Her blonde locks are styled into voluminous waves, which are blown into disarray by a wind machine.

Though she had sworn off naked modeling last year, but when it was the question of a Burberry campaign, she bent her own rules. The British model credits Burberry with launching her modeling career. Rosie had first stripped for Burberry Body fragrance campaign in 2011 (she wore a strategically placed trench coat).

In the new holiday campaign, Rosie is seen modeling various other outfits, including a low-cut party dress and a nude trench coat. Rosie is just one of the many famous faces starring in the Burberry Christmas campaign.

Burberry’s holiday campaign also includes Romeo Beckham, Michelle Dockery, Naomi Campbell, Sir Elton John, James Corden, Julie Walters, Naomi Campbell, James Bay, George Ezra and Toby Huntington-Whiteley. David and Victoria Beckham’s 13-year-old son leads an all-British cast of actors, musicians and models in the quintessentially British festive ad campaign.

The chief creative and executive officer of Burberry Christopher Bailey and his team paid a tribute to the classic film “Billy Elliot.” Burberry is celebrating its 15 years through the cult film “Billy Elliot” through their ad campaign. The Burberry campaign includes both print elements and a proper campaign video.