Christy Turlington's stunning new campaign for Calvin Klein
The 44-year-old looks better than ever in sexy new ads.
Christy Turlington Burns has come a long way since her first Calvin Klein ads made their debut 25 years ago — but the 44-year-old model clearly still has what it takes.
In a series of new ads for Calvin Klein, Turlington Burns returns as the brand’s face (er, body), showing some skin for the fall 2013 collection, says Women’s Wear Daily.
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The gorgeous ads — which include videos, photos and billboards — were photographed in Vieques, Puerto Rico, by photographer Mario Sorrenti and were inspired by their “signature intimate and provocative advertising, which highlights an assortment of the most iconic, must-have Calvin Klein Underwear essentials that represent the modern, sensual and sophisticated aesthetic for which the brand is known,” says WWD.
"Clothes tell a story. Sometimes it's true. Sometimes it's what you want people to think,” she said in the video. “But this says what I really feel. It's not a secret, just personal. You might be surprised. Just between you and me."
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Turlington Burns kicked off her relationship with the design house back in 1987, when she walked her first runway show for the brand. It continued the following year when she shot her first advertising campaign with them and later that same year, also became the face of Calvin Klein perfume Eternity.
This time around, she’s happy to be back at it. “It was great shooting with Mario Sorrenti. We have worked together before but never for Calvin Klein, and both of us have had a long history with this brand, so it’s kind of nice to have a first-time experience with him and Calvin Klein,” she said.
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