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Adriana Lima Fierce, Raw, Sexual for Vogue Brazil (12 photos)

Extols the Virtues of the 'Little Black Jacket'

Adriana Lima sizzles in a daring photo spread for Vogue Brazil.

Adriana Lima sizzles in a daring photo spread for Vogue Brazil.

Adriana Lima channels Brazil’s sizzling hot culture in a stunning new photo spread in the Brazilian edition of Vogue magazine. She wears barely there fashions that exude raw sexuality, and hit of dark desires.

The hot Brazilian model, is best known in the United States for her work with Victoria’s Secret. She’s been a mainstay in the brand’s catalogs and runway shows for more than a decade. But her hottest work is reserved for her home country.

She’s been an “in-demand” model almost since she was discovered in a Ford Supermodel Search competition. The willowy five-foot, 10-inch tall beauty won the Brazil contest and places second in the World contest.

Last year, she was 4th on the Forbes magazine list of top-earning models, earning an estimated $7.3 million.

Adriana Lima Burning With Desire in Vogue
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Lima, 32, has been married to NBA player Marko Jarić from Serbia since 2008. She’s also a devout Roman Catholic who attends mass every Sunday and said she was a virgin until she was married.

They have two children but you would never know it judging by Adriana’s toned body.

She last appeared in Vogue Brazil in Feburary 2012. She was more subdued in the André Passos photo spread.

In her latest Vogue shoot, she is all passion and burning desire, wearing combinations of haute couture and sizzling black lingerie.

She was photographed by Giampaolo Sgura wearing designs by Stella McCartney, Prada, Rebecca Minkoff, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace.

Yasmine Sterea handled styling for the shoot, with hair by Marco Santini and makeup by Niki M’Nray and Elena Capo.

Check out Adriana’s stunning photos and follow TheImproper on Twitter for all the latest fashion updates from around the world.

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