Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in my
February 15, 2013
On Thursday, she gave her 185,000 Twitter fans an eyeful after posting a topless ‘selfie’ in the mirror while wearing skinny jeans. And supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley slipped her perfect pins into yet another pair of pattered trousers while visiting Louis Vuitton in Beverly Hills Friday. With her hair in a bun, the 25-year-old British beauty quickly turned Rodeo Drive into a real-life runway as she prowled along in a white peasant blouse, green velvet purse, and nude stilettos. The five-foot-nine stunner, who’s fronted Victoria’s Secret and Burberry campaigns, then air-kissed a female employee after emerging from the luxury shop. And after Rosie jumped into her sleek Audi S5 convertible she was seen puffing on a cigarette – a long-held weight-loss crutch in the modeling community. The blonde bombshell’s printed jeans on Friday were very likely another pair from her stylist Cher Coulter’s recent collaboration with AG jeans. The British celebrity stylist also dresses Kate Bosworth, Scarlett Johansson, Sienna Miller, and Nicole Richie. Huntington-Whiteley has also dipped her pretty toes into the design market having launched her lingerie line – Rosie for Autograph Spring collection for Marks & Spencer – on Thursday. She said: ‘As this collection is launching so close to Valentine’s Day, it was more important than ever to make sure that all the new colours complemented all skin tones. ‘We decided upon a gorgeous palette of blush pinks and warm neutrals which every women will love to wear.’
Not seen Friday was Rosie’s action star beau Jason Statham, who Ain’t It Cool News reported to be joining the macho cast of this summer’s Fast & Furious 6. The Transformers starlet and the 45-year-old actor have been publicly dating for nearly three years. Before Jason, Rosie was linked to Ty Wood, the youngest son of Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, as well as French hunk Olivier Martinez, who’s engaged to Halle Berry. Despite her immaculate appearance, the Victoria’s Secret Angel revealed she didn’t always measure up when hitting up go-sees in New York as a teenage model. ‘I wasn’t quite tall enough and I hated it, to be honest,’ she told Elle UK last year. ‘There was no individuality, no opportunity to be individuals. I think that people forget you’re human and you just become an object. I was constantly reminded that I wasn’t right wherever I went and that was difficult because I’d come from a place where it didn’t matter. For any young girl to be told they’re not good enough, every day, wherever they go…’ Huntington-Whiteley will next be seen as the character ‘Splendid’ in Mad Max: Fury Road, which is the first Mad Max movie since Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome in 1985.