Poppy Delevingne returns to Moroccan wedding venue for new campaign

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Poppy Delevingne, 28, has returned to the Beldi Country Club in Marrakesh, less than a year after she and James Cook tied the knot there in front of a star-studded guestlist including Sienna Miller, Joan Collins, Alexa Chung and Princess Beatrice. This time however, Poppy wasn't celebrating her nuptials, but headed to sun-soaked Morocco to star in Monsoon's Spring/Summer 2015 campaign.

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Poppy Delevingne returned to the exact place in Morocco where she married James Cook last year

In the images shot by Emma Summerton, Poppy is the epitome of boho chic in a series of colourful outfits from gorgeous printed kaftans to embellished dresses from the high street giant's new collection.

The British beauty's elegant ensembles are reminiscent of the dazzling bridal gown she wore at her Moroccan ceremony last year, when she wowed in a custom-made floral patterned Emilio Pucci gown designed by Peter Dundas. For an extra touch of laidback glamour, Poppy wore her hair down in loose waves with the sides pinned up to showcase her chic veil.

Poppy and James had two ceremonies, one in London and one in Morocco

While James and Poppy celebrated their nuptials in Marrakesh with all their friends and a live DJ, this was the second part of their wedding celebrations. The first was a more intimate ceremony held at St Paul's Church in Knightsbridge, London, with the couple sharing exclusive pictures with HELLO!.

Poppy looked beautiful in a custom-made Chanel gown designed by Karl Lagerfeld, and told HELLO! that having the iconic fashion house create her dress was "a real pinch me moment". Her younger sister Cara Delevingne, who was maid of honour, also looked stunning in an ethereal white dress created by Chanel, for whom she repeatedly walks for on the Fashion Week catwalks. Poppy was led down the aisle in the touching ceremony by a group of 14 young bridesmaids and page boys, some of them nieces and godchildren.

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