Many of us are using lockdown as an excuse to mooch around the house in nothing more glamorous than a T-shirt and joggers.
But Helena Christensen, 52, ensured to maintain her glamorous reputation as she put on a leggy display while creating a fashion shoot in her living room.
The Danish supermodel showed how much she is missing the world of catwalks and red carpets as she posed up a storm in slinky ensembles from her own collection.
Wow! Helena Christensen, 52, ensured to maintain her glamorous reputation as she put on a leggy display while creating her own fashion shoot in her living room
In one shot, Helena wore a black bodysuit with a very low cut front, paired with a sparkly bolero jacket and hot pink stilettos.
The brunette beauty exuded confidence as she grinned for the camera while posing with one arm on her wall.
Helena then slipped into another plunging number, this time opting for a slightly frilled skirt and jacket with a velvet detailing.
She looked incredible as she lounged on a plush sofa with one toned leg resting over the arm and her pink satin slipper delicately hanging onto her foot.
Work it: The Danish supermodel showed how much she is missing the world of catwalks and red carpets as she posed up a storm in the slinky ensemble from her own collection
Continuing the sizzling photoshoot, Helena moved to the office and donned a flowing boho print skirt over her plunging leotard, flashing a glimpse of her bra.
Other looks included a purple velvet wrap dress, paired with red heels and lipstick, as well as a chic mini-dress which Helena accessorised with a black circle bag.
On her Instagram page, Helena tagged the photos ‘Bohemian snapsody. New vintage pieces up online and more to come’.
The photoshoot gave fans a glimpse of the quirky decor in several rooms in her house, in the Catskills in upstate New York.
Busty: She also slipped into a boho midi skirt, flashing her blue bra under a plunging leotard
Confidence: Helena exuded glamour in a purple velvet wrap dress which she styled with a slick of red lipstick and patent leather heels
Helena’s Australian shepherd dog Kuma was also seen in a few of the snaps, with him looking rather unimpressed by the glamour as he tried to snooze on a sofa.
The clothes Helena modelled are mainly vintage items and are available online from her brand, Staerk and Christensen.
She runs the business with artist and designer Camilla Staerk, with the stunning items being priced from $120 (£88) to $465 (£342).
According to the brand’s website, SC♡VS is an ‘exclusive curation of luxury vintage and secondhand treasures for the wardrobe and the home by Camilla Staerk and Helena Christensen’.
Chic! Another look saw Helena don a patterned black mini dress and tote a stylish circle bag
Lockdown problems! Other images revealed Helena had to do a little tactical styling to model a fringed red skirt, flashing knickers when she turned around for a cheeky snap
Staerk and Christensen is a studio based in New York, which publishes work in fashion, interior, architecture, photography and film.
Helena recently declared she ‘doesn’t give a flying f***’ what anyone thinks about her dress sense as she gave a candid interview about body confidence to Times 2.
The supermodel, who has won legions of fans with her timeless beauty and stunning figure, said her upbringing in Denmark instilled in her a sense of confidence and a ‘natural approach’ to her body – which has helped her soar to the top of the modelling industry.
She said: ‘In Denmark we are brought up with a natural approach to our bodies. We are not taught that it’s anything to hide. In modelling it was never an issue for me.
Timeless beauty: The clothes Helena modelled are mainly vintage items and are available online from her brand, Staerk and Christensen
All in the details: She donned a chic silk scarf in her hair for another glam shot
‘I look at it as an artistic approach, showing the beauty of the female body, the life-giving body, which is a miracle in so many ways.’
The star added that she ‘doesn’t think about it either way’ whether her sexy dress sense is empowering or not, saying: ‘For me it’s about what do I want to wear to make me happy? And it’s about not really — excuse the expression — giving a flying f*** what anyone else thinks.’
The star also spoke about the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse and sexual harassment, praising the ‘courageous’ people that spoke out about sex crimes.
Helena said she was never a victim of sexual abuse and added that she always had a ‘hardcore attitude to anyone who made her feel uncomfortable.’
Chic: Helena also gave a glimpse into her stunning Catskills home as she posed up a storm for the lockdown photoshoot