Rosie Huntington-Whiteley 'inspired by Kate Moss' for new campaign

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has shot to fashion icon status with her effortlessly cool style, so it comes as no surprise that the 28-year-old has been chosen as the face of high fashion brand Paige Denim. The blonde beauty is as sultry as ever in the new campaign images for the label's Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, rocking everything from flared jeans to loose T-shirts.


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the face of Paige Denim's Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign

The Mad Max: Fury Road actress collaborated with the brand's founder Paige Adams-Geller as the shoot's Art Director to create the images, and reportedly showed up to their first meeting with pictures of Kate Moss' iconic model-off-duty looks, taken from her Pinterest board, for inspiration.

Rosie, who is currently dating Hollywood actor Jason Statham, gave her 3.6 million Instagram followers a first look at the images, proudly showing off her work.

"Happy to share the first look at the A/W '15 @PAIGEdenim campaign," she captioned the photos. "Photographed by @naj_jamai | Styling by @chercoulter | Hair by @hairbyadir | Make Up by @monikablundermakeup | Art direction by me #LIVEINIT #PaigeRHW visit for more."

This marks the second time that Rosie has been the face of Paige denim – earlier this year she sizzled in their Spring/Summer 2015 campaign, showing off her enviably toned figure in sleeveless white tops and form-fitting jeans.

The star was inspired by Kate Moss

The British beauty opened up about her diet and exercise regime earlier this year, admitting that she tried to have a good balance between healthy eating and indulgence.

"I try not to beat myself up too much about it," she told Violet Grey magazine. "I don't want to be that miserable girl pushing a salad around my plate."

"I love that," she later added, referring to being able to eat healthily but occasionally go out "and eat dinner and have loads of roast potatoes at Madeo".

"I couldn’t live life just restrictive all the time. It’s just no fun to me. That’s not a way to live. It’s all balance."