Abbey Clancy Goes Topless For Sadie Frost-Produced Vauxhall Campaign
Kate Moss’ hairdresser James Brown directed Abbey’s hot new car promo…
Abbey Clancy has taken on the role of indie band frontwoman for a new Vauxhall promo, in which she appears topless, wearing just a pair of tighty-whitey Marks & Spencer pants.
The advert, which was directed by Kate Moss’ hairdresser James Brown and produced by Sadie Frost, sees fictional band The Vauxhalls get ready for a performance.
Unlike most rockers, rather than travelling in a tour bus, the gang then get into their Vauxhall Adam Rocks Air and head out into the night.
The Kate Moss connections continue with the supermodel’s husband Jamie Hince providing the soundtrack – his band The Kills’ song ‘Heart Is A Beating Drum’ plays throughout.
“The new car is called the Adam Rocks Air and I just loved the name,” says film director James.
“I saw the car and thought I can do something exciting with this. I’m a hairdresser, but I love clothes and fashion and rock and roll music, so it was all linked for me, I was just inspired to do it.
“When casting the film, I thought who’s young, who’s cool, who do I love and I thought of Abbey straightaway.”
For more on the new Vauxhall Adam Rocks Air campaign visit www.vauxhall.co.uk/thevauxhalls.