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Olivia Culpo inspired by Gisele and Irina Shayk

Published 26/09/2016

Olivia Culpo
Olivia Culpo

Olivia Culpo can't wait to slip into double denim this fall.

Olivia Culpo feels she's in good company among the supermodels at Rampage.

The American actress and former Miss USA has made a mark in the fashion world over the last few years, her latest stint being the face of clothing brand Rampage. It was a massive honour for Olivia to pose for the label, especially considering who had previously held the spot.

“(It was) so exciting!” she gushed to U.S OK! magazine. “I look up to Gisele Bundchen and Irina Shayk, who have been the faces of the brand before me. It is amazing to be in such good company.”

In one shot, the brunette beauty is seen wearing a pair of cropped dark jeans with ankle boots and a navy silk top with a lace panel at the top. It’s one of Olivia’s favourite outfits as it allows her to embrace all seasons.

“It’s a transitional time of year, and I love to pair booties with a fall top and my favourite jeans or a denim dress,” she smiled. “Denim on denim (is a trend I’m looking forward to this fall): It’s a great way to transition from lighter summer jean colours to darker dues as it gets colder.”

She also finds denim is great in complementing the deep tones of fall, such as burgundy and dark green. The Other Woman star can get her hands on pretty much any clothing she wants and has some fashion must-haves for the next season on its way.

“A good pair of slimming jeans, a staple bodysuit and a great pair of over-the-knee boots,” she listed of her favourite pieces. “Keep it simple, keep it sexy!”

Olivia, 24, previously explained why she loves fashion so much, comparing it to art and a creative outlet which she uses to express herself.

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