Whether you’re a beginner on the slopes or a seasoned adventurer, we’ll guide you on your way to very happy holidays….

That’s the promise of Agent Provocateur of their latest Holiday campaign and boy do they deliver.  In a suitably tongue in cheek campaign titled “Hit My Slopes.”  The Holiday collection is divided into Beginners Slope, Intermediate Slope and Advanced Slope (for the black run lingerie adventurer).

The  latest fun campaign features Abbey Clancy – an odd choice for the brand and notably more downmarket than some of their other recent high profile spokesmodels, namely Paloma Faith and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.  Not that Clancy doesn’t look smokin’, she obviously does, but then she’s also obviously had some help in that department.  Looking at the campaign, kudos to Agent Provocateur, it’s a fresh new feel for the brand, it’s seasonal and directional but somehow even decked out in some of the best lingerie in the world, Clancy still manages to look vacant and dare I say it, even a little simple.  Oooooh controversial….

As usual, Agent Provocateur have given us some new shapes, new style playsuits as well as the barely there thongs and bras we’re used to; there’s something in this collection for everyone, whether you’re new to investing in your lingerie wardrobe (you’ll want the Beginners Slope) or  a seasoned pro adding to your ever growing collection (take the Advanced Slope and head straight for the Black Run section), I guarantee you won’t be able to look at this collection without wanting to shop it.  Luckily for all you guy Voyeurs, Agent Provocateur have a handy Gent’s Guide to help you find the perfect item(s) for your gal (and your lucky self of course).

So cruise on over to Agent Provocateur, check out the slopes and try not to let Clancy’s expressionless face put you off the amazing lingerie…

Pixie x

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