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Alessandra Ambrosio and Eddie Redmayne join forces in new OMEGA campaign

Eddie has been an ambassador for the brand since 2015

by hellofashion.com /


Alessandra Ambrosio and Eddie Redmayne are the faces of the new OMEGA watches campaign. The supermodel and Oscar-winning actor united for a nautical-inspired photoshoot to showcase the new look of OMEGA's iconic Seamaster Aqua Terra collection.

Brazilian beauty Alessandra looks stunning in the images, which show her dressed in a pale blue shirt, white shorts and navy jumper while standing on board a boat. With her hair tied back and her watch on display, it is another eye-catching campaign from the model, who has recently been named in the line-up for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai in November.

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Meanwhile Eddie also showcases nautical styling in the campaign, donning a casual white and navy ensemble and one of OMEGA's new designs. The Theory of Everything actor has been an ambassador for the brand since May 2015. "I have worn OMEGA for a number of years, so to be made an official ambassador for the brand on a global level is very exciting," Eddie said in a statement at the time. "To join a brand whose own credentials include the only watch to be officially certified by NASA, and the official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games is an honour."

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The Aqua Terra collection is designed to strike the "perfect balance of sophistication and ocean spirit". The timepieces have been given a refreshing new look for 2017, with the ladies' collection set to feature 30 new models in three different sizes.

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