Cara stood in just a white tee with an artfully-placed flower protecting her modesty.
But all was not as it seemed, since Cara’s underwear-free shoot was for the purpose of promoting awareness of cervical cancer.
Speaking to GQ who featured the campaign, Cara said: “There’s a stigma surrounding vaginas that I want to get rid of… It shouldn’t have to be so serious.
“It can be fun and easy to talk about. It should be.
Cara continued: “It’s fun but has a really important message which is very on-point for me, that girls and women should be liberated from the social constraints which force us to try and fit into a mould.
“It’s a human right to know our bodies and we are so poorly educated.
I hope by supporting the Lady Garden Campaign I will encourage women to be brave, get to know their own bodies and speak up.”
Cara also revealed that the campaign was also designed to help Brits talk specifically about cervical cancer.
“Particularly in the UK, there is so much shame about the areas of the body that are considered to be sexual. These areas are also functioning organs and if we start treating them as such we can all help each other to live more open and connected lives.”
Cara’s model sister Poppy also appeared in the campaign, alongside a whole host of other famous faces.
Poppy co-founded the campaign after finding pre-cancerous cells in her cervix.
Other celebs involved in the Lady Garden movement included Naomi Campbell, Suki Waterhouse and Charlotte Tilbury.