Calvin Harris caused a social media meltdown with the release of his new campaign for Emporio Armani. The 31-year-old smoulders as he models the designer's new range of underwear, showing off his toned body in the steamy black-and-white images.
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Calvin Harris smoulders in his new campaign for Emporio Armani
The We'll Be Coming Back singer shared the first images with his 3.4 million Istagram followers, with fans immediately taking to the site to compliment him on his incredible physique. "The new Emporio Armani Fall/Winter campaign @armani #CalvinHarrisforEA," he captioned the snap.
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Emporio Armani also unveil the new campaign on Istagram, alongside a short behind-the-scenes video of Calvin as he posed for the striking photos. "In continuing our #Atribute to the body, summer just got hotter with @CalvinHarris starring in the new #EmporioArmani campaign released today," read the caption accompanying the video. "Here some stolen moments from set during the underwear shoot.#CalvinHarrisforEA."
This is the singer's second campaign for the brand
This is the second time that Calvin, who is currently dating pop sensation Taylor Swift, has set pulses racing as part of his work with the luxury Italian label. The Summer hitmaker joins a line-up of stars including David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo who have also modelled for the brand.
Earlier this year the star revealed that he was particularly excited to be working with Armani as he has always been a huge fan of their designs.
"It's incredible to be working with Mr Armani and his team at Emporio Armani," he told WWD at the time. "I feel an affinity to the brand ethos and have been a long time admirer of their designs."
Emporio Armani shared a behind-the-scenes video of Calvin's photoshoot
"Calvin Harris is a truly cosmopolitan, dynamic young man who is capable of attracting the masses with his music and energy," added Giorgio Armani. "He isn't a model by nature and this creates a more sincere and engaging bond with the public."