Kate and Cara unite for the first time in new Burberry campaign

Originally posted on MSN UK, September 2014

Kate and Cara for My Burberry

Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne’s new campaign for Burberry – the first they’ve ever appeared in together – was unveiled today, and the results are predictably gorgeous.

Appearing in the ads for the British fashion house’s new fragrance, My Burberry, the beautiful duo embrace each other skin-on-skin, appearing naked save for a classic check-collar mac slung over Kate’s shoulders.

In another shot the pair – who have both appeared in ads for the brand before, albeit separately – are seen wrapped in Burberry’s iconic trench coats sitting atop an oversized version of the My Burberry bottle.

We first got wind of It Brits Kate and Cara appearing in the campaign together back in March when Burberry shared a picture of the two models on the label’s Instagram account.

Celebrated fashion photographer Mario Testino was on hand to shoot the pair, with Burberry chief Christopher Bailey overseeing the campaign – as revealed in behind-the-scenes shots.

The fresh new fragrance is inspired by a London garden after the rain, and takes its name from the affectionate way in which fans of the fashion brand refer to their Burberry trench coat.

Speaking about the scent, Kate said: “What I love about My Burberry is how timeless it is – it’s a fragrance that is so effortless, that you can wear it anytime, and anywhere.”

And when you’ve got over the excitement of seeing Cara and Kate snuggling up to one another, you’ll also be beside yourself to learn than the My Burberry bottle can be personalised with up to three letters via the label’s online and in-store monogramming service.

What’s more, you can also use your smartphone to interact with the campaign on digital billboards and have your personalised bottle broadcast to the masses. Cool, no?


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