Rosie’s Romantic

the actress promotes romantic underwear

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s upcoming lingerie collection is “perfect” for Valentine’s Day.

The blonde model has designed the Rosie for Autograph range for British retailer Marks & Spencer since August 2012.

With Christmas over and the romantic event getting closer, Rosie thinks her pieces will make an ideal gift on the special day.

Items in her spring collection, which launches on January 10 2014, include a pink silk playsuit with a lace trim and a midi nightgown in the same colour and material.

“We wanted to create a luxurious collection of lingerie that would be perfect for Valentine’s Day and embraces a woman’s femininity making her feel utterly beautiful, whether she is treating herself or receiving a gift from her partner,” Rosie told fashion.telegraph.co.uk.

The 26-year-old beauty has a favourite piece from the line. She describes a silk plunge bra and brief set in the colour amethyst as a “beautiful and flattering jewel colour”.

Rosie also models underwear for Victoria’s Secret and previously revealed her love of lingerie has seeped through into her personal life. She loves stumbling upon old-fashioned items.

“I don’t collect knickers, and bras are hard to find, but I have a lot of slips and camisoles,” she explained.

“British girls love a good vintage find. Before I was modelling that’s what I could afford; I would go through charity shops to find things. I love how it tells a story. You look at these exquisite pieces like art and wonder where this was or who was in this 50, 60 years ago. It’s very romantic.”

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