The 57-year-old star goes completely naked in the September issue of Harper's Bazaar, posing nude for a series of super sexy black and white photos.
In one pic, the actress puts her enviable bod on full display in nothing but a pair of black Jimmy Choo cutout stilettos and a Cartier bracelet.
Another snapshot shows the blonde beauty covering up her goods as she models a stunning Tiffany & Co necklace. But, honestly, are you even looking at the jewels?!
While the "Basic Instinct" star seems like she hasn't aged at all, she admits that her body is far from perfect.
"I'm aware that my ass looks like a bag of flapjacks but I'm not trying to be the best-looking broad in the world," she tells the mag. "At a certain point you start asking yourself, 'What really is sexy?' It's not just the elevation of your boobs. It's being present and having fun and liking yourself enough to like the person that's with you. If I believed that sexy was trying to be who I was when I did 'Basic Instinct,' then we'd all be having a hard day today."
Despite her ageless beauty, the Hollywood veteran says men don't approach her. "I never get asked out. It's so stupid. I don't know what to do," she admits. "I've been getting more brazen with flirting, but I don't think men realize that I'm flirting. They just think, Oh, she's fun!'"
She says she turns to her longtime assistant and asks, "Do people even realize I'm straight? I think they have questions about it because I have so many lesbian friends right now."
Stone also opens up about an aneurysm that she suffered in 2001.
"When I came to, the doctor was leaning over me. I said, 'Am I dying?' And he said, 'You're bleeding into your brain.' I said, 'I should call my mom,' and he said, 'You're right. You could lose the ability to speak soon.'”
"It took two years for my body just to absorb all the internal bleeding I had," she says. "It almost feels like my entire DNA changed. My brain isn't sitting where it used to, my body type changed, and even my food allergies are different. I became more emotionally intelligent. I chose to work very hard to open up other parts of my mind. Now I'm stronger. And I can be abrasively direct. That scares people, but I think that's not my problem. It's like, I have brain damage; you'll just have to deal with it."
Check out Sharon's full interview in Harper's Bazaar when it hits newsstands on August 18.