Bella Hadid Leaves Nothing To The Imagination In Malibu Beach Photo Shoot

Bella Hadid attends The 2019 Met Gala Celebrating Camp: Notes on Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 06, 2019 in New York City.
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Model Bella Hadid left nothing to the imagination during a photo shoot on Malibu Beach Monday.

The supermodel bared her chest under a loose sheer blouse that fell over one of her shoulders. She paired the blouse with a nude pair of high-cut bikini bottoms that accented her slender waistline.

Hadid, 22, was seen striking several poses under a stream of water coming from an outdoor shower. Her bare feet were thrust into the sand as photographers snapped away, The Daily Mail reported.

This is not the first time that the model nearly bared it all. In July of 2018, she posed topless for the cover of Vogue Mexico. In the black-and-white photo, Hadid covered her assets with her hands. She wore a pair of tiny string bikini bottoms in the sultry pose for the magazine.

In January, Bella and her sister, Gigi, posed nude for the cover of Vogue. The photo, which showed the two sisters facing each other — their arms and legs strategically placed to cover their intimate assets — made many feel uncomfortable, USA Today reported. Many users called the photo inappropriate, while others simply said the photo was “creepy,” and artistically barren.

While some may have thought that the aforementioned photo was unsuitable, Hadid is apparently extremely comfortable with her body, and with nudity. She has posted racy images of herself wearing sheer tops on Instagram before. To avoid avoid violating the platform’s policy on nudity, the photos were slightly blurred, and were altered using the app’s filters.

Hadid is one of several actresses who are campaigning to “free the nipple,” Cosmopolitan reported. She posted some provocative photos in response to a bully who had accused her of being fake, and of getting plastic surgery.

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“I usually never respond to anybody and I think that night I just really had had it,” she told People, per Cosmopolitan.

“At the end of the day I don’t want to [be] mean, and I don’t want to ‘clap back.’ We’re all just human beings and it wasn’t even about what they said about our faces, it was just that — don’t attack my personality because you don’t know me. That’s what deeply hurts me.”

The model also addressed trolls on social media in an interview with People, wherein she said that it was sometimes difficult to deal with people who constantly tell her she is a piece of s*** — and that she has learned a lot about herself because of the things people say about her, per Elle.