The model stripped to recreate Tattoo, the third bottle in the limited edition collection, which will be available as a gift to shoppers who buy two bottles of Diet Coke in Boots stores from October 17.
Lowe said: "I love Jean Paul Gaultier's designs, they're so iconic. Gaultier creates clothes that make women feel powerful and feminine. That's why I'm so very excited to work on the launch of Gaultier's latest Diet Coke bottle.
"Diet Coke's approach to fashion is all about fun, celebrating the lighter side to life. For this bottle, Gaultier has dressed the womanly contoured Diet Coke bottle in Tattoo artwork reminiscent of his past catwalk collections. It's beautiful and iconic, like all his designs."
Gaultier was appointed as Creative Director of Diet Coke in early 2012. He previously designed Night and Day bottles for the brand.
Lowe recently admitted that she "freaked out" when she posed nude for Playboy in 2011.