In no particular order:
a. Herb Ritt's cover shot of Helena Christenson for Pirelli 1994;
b. Francis Giacobetti's beach shot of Alexandra Bastedo (I think!) where she sits on the extreme left of the shot, her breasts just cupped
string bikini (compare with Art Kane's shot that might have come earlier...), Pirelli 1970;
c. the entire Sarah Moon Pirelli for 1972.
Remarkable, to me, that they are all to be found within the Pirelli oeuvre.
I am sure there would be some Hans Feurer ones from his fashion shoots, but other than to suggest you see his agent's site:http://www.wibagency.com
there's litttle to do other than refer to French Elle, No 2623, 8th April, 1996. There were some in his old site that knocked my knees together, but they have gone...
There was a 60s/70s billboard shot by Adrian Flowers for, I think, either Martel or Courvoisier, of an artist working with a group of characters looking on, or so I sem to remember it, but I am certain about its impact on me at the time. The sort of stuff that kept one fighting to get somewhere too. Don't feel much of that today.
In the end, it's the flavour of these people's entire works that do it, not simply a particular shot; they are/were really all quite spectacular talents.