Joanna Krupa, who has been voted the world's most-beautiful woman by several magazines, became the latest celebrity to bare all in an anti-fur advertisement launched Thursday.
Wearing only spiked heels and pictured standing in front of the Hong Kong skyline, Krupa has been used by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia-Pacific in its latest "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" advert.
The photo of Krupa, which has sensitive areas either airbrushed or covered by a small purse, will appear in magazines and billboards.
Commenting on her support for the anti-fur campaign she said: "There is nothing sexy about wearing something that is so obviously tied to senseless pain and killing."
The campaign aims to draw attention to the inhumane treatment animals suffer in the name of fashion.
Other celebrities, who have bared all in previous PETA adverts, include Kim Basinger, Pamela Anderson and Christy Turlington.