Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur Spring 2015 Campaign

Naomi Campbell plays a real femme fatale in the dangerously hot Agent Provocateur spring/summer 2015 campaign, posing for the camera lens of Ellen von Unwerth. Both Naomi and Ellen have collaborated with the British luxury lingerie brand for the first time, and the result is so marvelous that we just can’t but hope for more. 44-year-old Campbell looks impeccable in those exquisite lingerie sets, flaunting her perfectly toned body that many of us would dream to have in our twenties!

Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur Spring 2015 Campaign

The inspiration behind this dramatic shoot has been films, directors and girl gangs as explained by the brand’s creative director Sarah Shotton. They looked to “West Side Story”, Francis Ford Coppola’s “Rumble Fish” and “Bonnie and Clyde” for getting unique ideas to present their new collection pieces creatively. “I was thinking about women who are edgy — but have a certain softness to them. The ultimate femme fatale,” Shotton stated. She calls the Agent Provocateur spring/summer 2015 collection “very urban, luxurious, glossy and glamorous.”

Talking about their choice of Naomi as the brand’s new face, Sarah Shotton said: “Naomi and Ellen were perfect for this, as they both have such strong, individual personalities. We chose Ellen, as her aesthetic mirrors the sensual, mysterious undertones of the campaign concept impeccably. Naomi is the ultimate Agent Provocateur woman: witty, gorgeous, and confident.”

In her turn, Naomi seems to be pretty excited to work with he brand, as she says: “It’s great to be the face of Agent Provocateur’s Spring Summer 2015 Campaign, especially in my fourties! ”

Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur Spring 2015 Campaign

Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur Spring 2015 Campaign

The philosophy of Agent Provocateur is that exquisite lingerie is appreciated and worn by women of all ages. They always stand out with the wide choice of spectacular pieces that will please both the youthful, rebellious fashionisers and elegant women. The new Agent Provocateur spring/summer 2015 collection is literally drenched in colors, rich jewel tones, including violet, plum, acid yellow, emerald green and ruby, which will add so much charisma and style to your bedtime looks. The brand has also used Seventies notes in its new designs, which are having a big moment in fashion nowadays.

Whether you want to feel special and sexy inside, or are looking for a spectacular set of lingerie to tempt your man, the new Agent Provocateur spring 2015 collection has all your cravings covered. Just look through these powerful images and imagine yourself in the place of Naomi!

Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur Spring 2015 Campaign

Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur Spring 2015 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Agent Provocateur

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