Rosie Alice Huntington-Whiteley (born April 18, 1987) is an English model. She is best known for her work with Victoria's Secret. In 2010, she reportedly became a Victoria's Secret Angel. Rosie appeared on the cover of Vogue, accompanied by models Eden Clark and Jourdan Dunn, for the November 2008 issue.
Kicking off the day with an exciting event, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley headed over to the Marks & Spencer store in London’s Oxford Street neighborhood on Thursday morning (January 29).
The gorgeous 27-year-old model/actress was in good spirits as she greeted her fans during the launch of her debut fragrance Rosie for Autograph, sporting a sexy Pure Silk Floral Lace Long Nightdress from her clothing range.
The beautiful British poser/actress worked with Simon Upton for the spread and made sure to give props to two different Aussie designers- Dion Lee and Yeojin Bae- rather than her usual Givenchy and Balmain mainstays.
The stunning actress/model told the mag that, while she enjoys being with the handsome and successful Jason Statham, she’s all about paying her own way. "That's never been it for me. I'm an ambitious girl. I love to work, and it makes me feel good. I like to make something of my own. It's a huge opportunity, so it's like, 'What can I build from this for when I don't want the limelight anymore?'"
She’s never lacking in the sex appeal department, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is back with another titillating Autograph collection.
In her new spread, the “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” dame models silk pajama sets, lace lingerie, comfortable loungewear and hosiery, all coming to the Marks & Spencer shelves. From its inception, Rosie has always been a very hands-on designer, having appeared in several ad campaigns to make sure every look is just right.
It’s no secret that ladies love to experiment with their hair, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley couldn’t wait to show off her tress transformation.
The English actress/model posted a snapshot via Instagram to let all of her loyal followers know about the new ‘do. Rosie captioned the pic, “Ready for 2015 equipped with a fresh new do! Thank you to my favourite brother sister hair duo…@georgenorthwood @sallynorthwood #ShortHairDontCare #GeorgeNorthwood #SallyNorthwood #BeThereOrHaveBadHair.”
Designer Olivier Rousteing told WWD he wanted to make the campaign more reality-based so he put his models in situations like playing video games and eating burgers- “You can’t eat caviar every day. I wanted to have power women in the campaign.”