Naomi Campbell Turns Up The Heat In Sexy Campaign

Niki Cruz

Naomi Campbell still knows how to work it. She's spent three decades modeling, and at 44-years-old, Campbell looks better than ever.

Campbell was unveiled as the face of Burberry, and earlier today she made her debut as Agent Provocateur's ss15 campaign. In barely there lingerie, and a pair of handcuffs to boot, Naomi proves that she's just as sensual as the 20-something models of her industry.

Unlike most in the industry, Naomi Campbell isn't hiding her age. In fact, she's highlighting it for the new campaign.

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In a statement Campbell said, "It's great to be the face of Agent Provocateur's spring/summer 2015 campaign, especially in my forties. Agent Provocateur proves that beautiful lingerie applies to, and is appreciated by, women of all ages."

The photos were shot by Ellen Von Unwerth, and the idea behind the photoshoot was to portray the model as femme fatale killer in lacy clothes, suspenders, and garter belts. We have to say that they certainly pulled off the look and then some.

Here's a taste of some of the photos from the shoot.

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The Wanted Badly collection showcases bras, "knickers," garter belts, corsets and basques, bodies and playsuits, with Campbell modeling each look of the spring summer 2015 collection.

Back in 2012, Dolce and Gabbana had kind words to say about the veteran model.

"We met at the beginning of her career, more than 25 years ago. From the very beginning, she was special, had great personality, and was determined and smart. She never rests on her laurels and always reinvents herself. She is a volcano of ideas, just like us!"

As for Campbell, she had this to say about her industry.

"I still love what I do. It's a new challenge to see how people can change your look. I like words like transformation, reinvention and chameleon, because one word I don't like is predictable."