A new picture of Irina Shayk’s photoshoot from Iceland has been released online. The model had travelled to the country previously for the Italian fashion company Falconeri to promote the company’s new line of cashmere and knitwear products.

The new photo from the Iceland shoot has been posted on the Falconeri’s Instagram page. The snap shows Shayk wearing a brown Ultrasoft cashmere that is made by combining silk in new bouclé fabric.

Falconeri claimed the fabric to be “the softest yarn” that people can choose to wear in winter. The cashmere is available in three vibrant colors.

A previous picture of Shayk wearing an oversized and braided turtleneck was made of 100% cashmere. The model leaned back against a wooden log for the snap, with a backdrop of water, ice, and snow covered mountains. She skipped the pants for this shoot, exposing her slender legs to the camera.

Another photo of Shayk shows her wearing fisherman's rib maxi sweater in Superior Cashmere. Falconeri described the vibrant top as this winter’s “must-have.”

A video was also filmed with Shayk for this campaign. The video showed the model in red cashmere, experiencing the cold winds of Iceland. There are also shots of the beautiful landscapes of the country in the video.

“The instinct of reconnecting with the earth,” Falconeri captioned the post. The video also highlights how people are surrounded by nature.

All the clothes Shayk wore in the shoot are from Falconeri’s Fall Winter 2019/20 campaign. The model is currently back in the U.S., but she continues to work on different campaigns.

Shayk’s most recent post on Instagram shows her promoting Burberry, which has launched the Spring/Summer 2020 pre-collection. She was joined by Burberry’s chief creative officer, and a few other models. The photo is a part of a shoot for Vogue Italia magazine.

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Pictured: Russian supermodel Irina Shayk attending the Jean-Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Spring Summer 2019 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on Jan. 23, 2019. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images