Helena Christensen flaunts her beautiful body in the newest Triumph Essence Spring/Summer 2012 campaign. The stunning model wears fabulous designs with graceful, precious details in a seductive color palette that can fulfill the most lavish desires. Take a look and get ready to indulge in luxurious, delicate lingerie pieces!
Helena Christensen looks
spectacular and gorgeously sultry in the new Triumph Essence
spring/summer 2012 campaign. The 43-year-old model strikes a sexy
pose flaunting her amazing body in stunning pieces with graceful,
precious details and glamorous, extravagant designs.
Speaking about what luxurious lingerie means to her, Helena said in an interview for the brand's website that, "Lovely, exceptional pieces that fit nicely. That is the essence of luxury - and you can wear luxurious lingerie pieces with something elegant on special occasions or simply because you want to look and feel great on an ordinary day, for yourself or for someone else."
The latest Triumph Essence spring/summer 2012 collection features an array of couture-like pieces able to fulfill the most lavish desires. Fabulous, delicate designs that exude a special mystery and a vintage-like vibe will undoubtedly make you look and feel fantastic. Play the self-confident seductionista and indulge yourself in wow-worthy lingerie items with oh-so-chic details, combining quality fabrics and a bewitching, alluring color palette including nudes, red and black!
Helena Christensen was named face of Triumph's premium range Essence last year when the company celebrated its 125th anniversary. Speaking about the collaboration, the model described by Gianni Versace as having the most beautiful body in the world, confessed that, "It's a great honour and responsibility. Triumph is a company that you can trust as a woman to make you feel and look your best. I'm really loving this new collection. The pieces are very intimate, very personal - and precious."
However, this is not Christensen's first collaboration with the famous brand. "I was still in my teens when I first worked for Triumph, and we've collaborated on several projects. I feel like I've been part of the company's history, modelling different collections throughout the years. Working and evolving with a company means a lot when you're in this business for so long," Helena said.
Photos courtesy of Triumph