Iselin Steiro has been making a bit of a comeback as a model this year. The Norwegian beauty took a step back from her career to study architecture. But so far she’s turning up in the most unusual places.

Sterio, 26, showed off her glorious beauty in the March issue of Cover magazine’s Denmark issue.

Photographer Hasse Nielsen was behind the lens, while Iselin modeled designs from Alexander Wang, Prada, Hugo Boss and Lacoste. Emelie Johansson handled styling.

The Danish magazine issue is dedicated to “Seductive Spring.” Iselin is feature on the cover topless in an angular pose with her pantsuit pulled down to her waist.

Check out Iselin’s photos; click to enlarge.

In Norway, Iselin is about as big as it gets in the fashion. She grew up in Harstad in the northern part of the country and was discovered at 14 while shopping in London with her parents. At 5’10” tall, she stood out in the crowd.

She hit the runways in 2003. In her first season, she walked for Prada and Calvin Klein and never looked back.

She lived in New York City for two years and modeled full-time. But moved back to Norway to study architecture. Today, she’s a student at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. She plans to become an interior designer.

She still models, but these days seems to stick pretty close to home.

She covered the March issue of Russian Vogue in a spread by photographer Hedi Slimane. She was also featured in the Escada Spring 2012 ad campaign with Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer.

Late last year, Iselin also appeared in the Emporio Armani Fall 2011 campaign.

During her comeback in 2010, she walked in 20 shows during New York Fashion Week for such brands as Marc Jacobs, Anna Sui, Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Phi, Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, Alexander Wang and Tommy Hilfiger. In Milan, she walked exclusively for Prada.

Iselin is a rare but always enticing sight. Just check out her photos, and the video below.