Kelly Brook in Vintage-Inspired Lingerie Collection
The owner of the body that women are envy of and all the men desire, Kelly Brook boasts with her slim but at the same time curvaceous and tempting figure. Her voluptuous shapes can drive anybody crazy.
Just in time for upcoming Valentine’s day, Kelly Brook unveiled her amazing body modeling the latest lingerie line for the New Look store. Kelly tries on vintage-inspired collection including delicate lace-trimmed bras, knickers with high waists and garter belts. All the pieces of the collection are performed in nice pastel color gamma.
Kelly reports via her Twitter that collection sales are boosting:
New Look Lingerie Sales up 18% Great news thank you everyone”
She states that this collection is intended for women with curves rather than for slim ones.
She said during the interview for Now magazine:
I don’t like minimiser bras. I think girls should embrace their curves – push ‘em up! Lacy French knickers that accentuate your waist flatter us curvy girls. I have the whole collection I’ve designed for New Look too – it’s so comfortable to wear and looks super-sexy.”
She proved it when she was spending the beach holiday in Brazil and had the chance to demonstrate the New Look bikinis of her design. But besides New Look lingerie, Kelly is a big fun of Agent Provocateur underwear that she has been collecting since 19, she also has Victoria Secret bras in her wardrobe and can boast a diverse collection of Costella thongs.
The curvaceous model confessed that just like the sex symbol of the previous century Marilyn Monroe, she prefers to sleep naked wearing nothing but her own scent Fracas.
Answering the question how she manages to keep her body in such a great shape, she reply that this is simple.
My regime is: walk everywhere, have regular steam room sessions to get rid of toxins and find a good water. And plenty of sex – it’s a great cardio workout! My secret to instant sex appeal is confidence and being with someone who makes you feel like you’re the only girl in the world.”
I can’t bear the fact that girls these days think you have to be thin to be beautiful and successful,’ she says. I’m not thin. I don’t starve myself. I don’t look at my face and body and think I need surgery or a boob job or a bum lift. It makes me very angry when women in the public eye talk about what work they’ve had done, because it makes other women feel devalued.”