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Kellan Lutz had fun on shirtless shoot

Published 11/04/2013

Kellan Lutz
Kellan Lutz

Kellan Lutz goes shirtless for OP's Spring/Summer 13 campaign.

The Twilight actor stars in the Spring/Summer 13 campaign, modelling the swimwear brand's latest line.

Katrina Bowden, of 30 Rock fame, joins the hunk in a sun-kissed shoot, in which the stars frolic on the beach and eat ice cream.

“This was such a fun campaign to shoot with Kellan and Katrina. Between the beautiful beach and our gorgeous talent, it was a picture-perfect day,” Dari Marder, chief marketing officer for Iconix Brand Group Inc., owner of OP, gushed in a statement.

Pictures include Kellan seductively eating a watermelon and Katrina looking playful as she sits on the handlebars of a bike, wearing a cute straw hat and coloured bikini.

In all shots Kellan is shirtless, showing off his toned body in a pair of trunks.

The swimwear will be sold exclusively at Walmart and the campaign will feature in May magazines.

"I love the '80s-inspired swimsuits that OP has for summer. They've done some really cool patterns like a lot of watermelon patterns that are really cute," Katrina gushed in a behind-the-scenes clip.

"There was one bikini top that was a kind of tie-dye coral and white with fringe that I am obsessed with."

Props were also involved in the shoot, with Katrina favouring the hula-hoop.

Kellan has more of a sweet tooth and enjoyed the treats available on set.

"Having an ice cream truck on set and being able to eat our ice creams, it's like a fun little break when we're shooting," he smiled.

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