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Bar Refaeli Gives Us A Taste Of Her New “Passionata” Lingerie Line

Submitted by on December 24, 2012 – 1:58 pm4 Comments
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Have a taste for something hot and spicy this winter? Then, let Bar Refaeli be your guide. The gorgeous Israeli model stripped down to nothing but her Passionata lace bra and panties for the lingerie line’s Winter 2013 campaign. Whipping up some tasty concoctions in the kitchen, like a raspberry tarte, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit model looks quite delectable, although Bar admits that she stays away from the sweets in order to bare all in front of the camera.

“My secret is living a healthy lifestyle,” Refaeli once told Vogue. “It’s really important because looking glamorous and looking sexy comes also from the inside, so if you eat healthy, if you work out, if you keep in shape; also having a sense of humour about life, taking things easy—it’s a big part of the way you present yourself.”

The fun photos for the campaign also feature Bar painting a dog house and drinking some milk which, of course, seems to do Bar’s body good. “It is important for me to feel glamorous when I’m wearing lingerie yet also playful—and Passionata has that combination of feeling like a sexy woman but not boring and not too provocative,” Refaeli said. “They have just the right balance between sexy and playful and that’s what I love. I am comfortable walking around all day in it and it feels like it’s a second skin.”

Check out the Passionata campaign and behind-the-scenes video below. Do you feel the passion?

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