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Ciara shines in Cavalli campaign

Published 27/05/2015


Ciara has been unveiled as the new face of Roberto Cavalli’s Fall/Winter 2015-16 campaign.

The 29-year-old singer is featured in the Fall/Winter 2015-16 images for the Italian designer, which were released on Tuesday.

In the shots, taken by renowned photographer Francesco Carrozzini, singer Ciara is seen in a variety of surreal settings, including on sand dunes and a gilded chair.

One picture shows the Love, Sex and Magic singer showing off her incredible figure, with her raven hair slicked down to draw attention to her bone structure.

A lime green silk dress highlight’s Ciara’s flawless complexion as she sits astride the luxurious chair and stares directly into the camera.

“The story of a world encapsulated in one room. A surreal kingdom where the walls look like a magical sky and surfaces enchant with desert volumes and earthy hues,” Cavalli said in a statement.

Ciara was styled by Robert Rabensteiner for the shoot, which took place recently at Milk Studios in Los Angeles.

Mother-of-one Ciara is a perfect choice, as she’s known for her on-trend dress sense as she is for her impressive vocals.

In a recent interview, the stunning singer revealed she considers former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris Carine Roitfeld as her biggest style inspiration.

“Hands down Carine Roitfeld. She is so chic and fly. I hope to look as amazing as her when I grow up," she gushed to "She’s one woman who truly knows what she wants - and I think she knows what she wants in all facets of life. That’s inspiring to me, because it shows on the outside. She is the epitome of sexy to me. It’s something about her confidence that gets me."

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