Despite a hacker getting hold of some photos of her in the buff and publishing them on the Web, model Kate Upton is putting her best foot forward for Sam Edelman’s latest footwear ad campaign.

We hear the company will be shuffling to the top of 1325 Sixth Ave.

Edelman currently has a total of 12,076 square feet on the third, fourth and 12th floors at 130 W. 57th St.

Sources tell us the division will move to 23,816 square feet on the double-height 34th floor and have another 5,943 square feet on the 21st floor.

Edelman is part of the Brown Shoe Company, a $2.5 billion footwear powerhouse that includes Famous Footwear and Naturalizer retail stores, as well as other brands and boutiques.

Brian Waterman and Lance Korman of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented Edelman and neither he nor the shoemaker could be reached through spokespeople.

Frank Doyle, David Kleiner, Douglas Neye and Daniel Kollar of JLL worked for the Paramount ownership, which has Pete Brindley and Heather Kahn in-house. The brokers either could not be reached or declined comment through spokes-folks.

The asking rent was $85 a square foot, sources said.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has renewed a lease for 34,000 square feet at 469 Seventh Ave. The deal includes the entire 11th and 14th floors.

Jodi Roberts and Josh Kuriloff of Cushman & Wakefield represented the MTA in the renewal — and declined to comment.

The building is owned by Eric and Marty Meyer, and Dan Shavolian, of Foremost Real Estate. The Meyers, who are both principals with Colliers International, arranged the lease with an asking rent in the $50s per square foot.

With the completion of this renewal, remaining spaces include the 17,000-square-foot 15th and 16th floors and a 2,000-square-foot penthouse.