Kendall Jenner gave her fans an eyeful as the supermodel flashed her assets for La Perla's latest colourful Pre-Fall 2017 Campaign. Directed by La Perla Creative Director Julia Haart, the campaign was inspired by the art of Georgia O'Keeffe and Peter Max.
The elder sister of Kylie Jenner looked gorgeous in a lacy bra and panty showcasing her slender physique.
According to E! News, La Perla described Kendall's elegant beauty in their press release. They also mentioned that Kendall has been cast as a Dorothy-esque character stepping into the colourful Land of Oz.
"Jenner [Kendall] exudes the certainty and self-assurance of a true heroine—owning her world through confidence and empowered femininity."
"The explosive visual message is intended to shock and transport the viewer to a world of fantasy, color, and art."
Photographed by Mert & Marcus, the colourful background of the ad campaign features a kaleidoscopic world of giant begonias, huge hibiscus, and reimagined tulips in the psychedelic shoot.
In a photo, the KUTWK star showed off her lanky legs and phenomenal figure in a La Perla's triangle shaped sheer bra and shorts. The 21-year-old also sported La Perla's sexy slip dress, which has a built-in padded bra and sculpted bodice sewn from stretch silk with Leavers lace detail.
라펠라 FW 17 PRE-FALL 컬렉션 캠페인의 주역인 켄달 제너(@kendalljenner). 이번 시즌의 특징은 라펠라의 크리에이티브 디렉터 줄리아 하트가 영국식 가든과 팝아트에서 영감을 받았고, 패션 포토그래퍼 듀오 메르트 앤 마커스가 함께 작업을 하여 생동감 넘치는 컬러와 초현실적인 정원으로 신선한 충격을 전달한다. 켄달제너를 통해 자신감이 넘치는 자율적인 여성성을 보여주며 라펠라의 여성들을 나타낸다. #라펠라#FW17#켄달제너#패션#캠페인 #토탈룩#레디투웨어#슬립#비치웨어#액세서리#데일리룩#KendallJenner#LaPerla#fw17collection#shooting#MertandMarcus#RTW#Beach#swimwear#jewelry#luxury#fashion
The reality star kept her hair sleek straight. The glam queen was also seen donning a purple printed super sexy floral number that works the underwear as outerwear trend.
La Perla's Julia Haart previously told E! News that for a woman beauty defies when she feels comfortable in her own skin. "Clothing should not restrict you. It should empower you," the creative director told E! News. "Honestly, the idea is that I want women to be feminine feminist.
You don't have to be masculine to be a feminist. Think Naomi [Campbell], who is such a powerful woman, to Kendall, who is beautiful, easy-going. That's effortless. I was telling the women backstage to own it. Own it! You don't need to be serious."