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Harris is a hunk in new Armani ad

Published 28/07/2015

Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris

Calvin Harris has perfected his pout and six pack in his latest campaign shots for Emporio Armani.

The Scottish music producer and DJ was announced as the new face and body of the designer’s underwear earlier this year. And on Monday, the 31-year-old unveiled the new set of black and white shots from the Fall campaign.

“The new Emporio Armani Fall/Winter campaign @armani #CalvinHarrisforEA.(sic)” he wrote on Twitter alongside a picture of him stood in just a pair of black tight briefs.

With the iconic branding around the waistband, Calvin stares intensely off camera with his ripped physique on show.

In another image, the Summer star is seen reclining on a chair, gripping the armrests as he stares down the lens of the camera.

Calvin is also the leading man for the brand’s eyewear and watch collections. In a close up shot, the star can be seen wearing a pair of on-trend rounded shades which show the reflection of a keyboard in the lenses. Taylor Swift’s beau is wearing a black leather jacket and T-shirt with his blonde locks perfectly coiffed.

In the final image, shot by Lachlan Bailey, Calvin wears a velvet hooded top while clasping his hands together in front of him to show off the watch on his wrist.

The brand’s designer Giorgio Armani previously revealed why the Let’s Go star was the perfect choice for his products.

“Calvin Harris is a truly cosmopolitan, dynamic young man who is capable of attracting the masses with his music and energy," he said. "He isn't a model by nature, and this creates a more sincere and engaging bond with the public."

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