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Agent Provocateur’s campaign videos don’t get hundreds of thousands of views for their artistic value alone. Particularly not when Penelope Cruz and Irina Shayk are involved. But it’s nice to know that under all the sexy stuff there’s a loose plot, some beautiful cinematography and maybe a bit of awkward humor.
We saw just enough in Vicky Cristina Barcelona to suspect that Penelope Cruz has a kinky side and now that we’ve seen her writing and directorial debut for L’Agent by Agent Provocateur, we’re convinced she’s a full-blown S&M-practicing freak. So much so that YouTube deemed the flick NSFW, taking it down immediately, but we’ve got it right here for your lingerie-shopping pleasure.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Agent Provocateur has released a sexy new brand video featuring Poppy Delevingne.
Call us crazy, but gas stations have never struck us as the sexiest of places. Agent Provocateur clearly thinks otherwise, however, since their latest campaign stars Crystal Renn striking a series of seductive poses at the pumps.
Certified sexy lady Penelope Cruz and her younger sister, actress and dancer Mónica Cruz are teaming up with Agent Provocateur on a diffusion line of sure-to-be-scintillating underthings called L’Agent.
Agent Provocateur is known for raunchy lingerie and naughty ad campaigns, which definitely works when selling undies. But the brand has just been asked by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) to pull down its latest video due to distressing and sexual graphics.
Remember that story about Michelle Obama maybe shutting down all of Madison Avenue so that she could go on a $50,000 lingerie shopping spree at Agent Provocateur with the Queen of Qatar Sheikha Moza? Well, in case you for some reason believed it — despite its inherent absurdity and the White House’s swift denial — The Telegraph would like to officially let you know that it wasn’t true.
Yesterday the British press went wild over a report that Michelle Obama spent $50,000 on lingerie at Agent Provocateur‘s Madison Avenue boutique. We thought the story, which first appeared in the Telegraph, seemed questionable. And now White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has set the record straight.