Heidi Klum, Naked


We want to say Heidi Klum looks hot, hot, hot in this photo, but we don't want the ice to melt!

The supermodel posed nude for Rankin's "Less Is More" show in Germany and appeared inside a block of ice for her photo shoot. Squatting in a field with her elbows resting on her legs, Klum looked gorgeous with her hair wet and slicked back. Klum's photo is just one of 150 pieces in the art show.

Seal's ex-wife also shared the photo on her Instagram where she urged people in Germany to check out her pal's show. "German friends, go and see my friend @rankinarchive 's show 'Less is More' at the Kunsthalle Rostock. It opens tomorrow. #rankin," she captioned the pic.

"Less Is More" will run until Feb. 28, 2016.

The revealing photo shows almost every inch of Klum's insanely toned body, which has been the source of envy for many throughout the years. But the German supermodel revealed to Galore that her figure hasn't always made her career easy.

"Of course, I was sent away from castings, or rejected many times, and there was always criticism. I came to America from Germany in the ‘90s with big boobs and a big smile—that wasn't what was in at the time," she explained to the magazine.

"I struggled, but I was never depressed. I thought, if they want me, then they want me, and if not, then they don't. I always thought, there must be a job I can do as a healthy woman, or I'll just go home. I always had my head on in the right place, in that way. I guess it's also because I wasn't as young as the girls these days. I was around 19 years old when I started modeling—the girls today get started super young."

With two decades of experience, Klum knows how to work the camera—even in the coldest conditions.

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