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Monday 5 October 2015

Berenice Marlohe lands Omega role

Published 27/11/2012

Berenice Marlohe
Berenice Marlohe

Bérénice Marlohe has been tapped to front a new advertising campaign for Omega watches.

The stunning actress appears in a series of sexy photos to promote the luxury watch brand.

Bérénice is seen posing in a variety of racy outfits, in a campaign which comes hot on the heels of her appearance in the latest Bond movie Skyfall.

It was through playing the part of Bond girl Séverine that her sultry and seductive looks were noticed by Omega, who felt she was perfect to promote their elegant and classy timepieces.

In the first of many glamorous promotional images, the 33-year-old is seen reclining on a marble shelf with her brunette locks streaming out behind her.

In another she poses in underwear while lying seductively on a bed.

The French femme fatale is also seen wearing a sexy PVC skin tight dress as she draws attention to the Omega timepiece by clutching at her breast.

Bérénice also goes futuristic in one promotional shot, in which she is seen wearing a cut out silver weave dress.

In images that show Omega as the perfect cocktail hour accessory, the star works her curves in a red high-necked sequin gown.

Staying true to her Skyfall role, Bérénice sips a Martini drink in a sophisticated bar venue, using her Omega watch adorned arm to pick up the beverage.

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