The British model posed in a tattooed bodysuit to promote the French designer's latest limited edition Diet Coke bottle
Today Jean Paul Gaultier unveils his third and final limited edition bottle for Diet Coke, with a little help from Daisy Lowe who has stripped down and posed as the tattoo design which adorns them.
In pictures released today, the British model can be seen flaunting her curves in what looks like a full body tattoo, but which is actually a nude coloured bodysuit. With her arms behind her head, she shows off the tribal design with a red hat and flash of matching lipstick completing the look.
Daisy, a self-confessed JPG fan who is regularly spotted on the front row at the Frenchman's Paris Fashion Week shows, said: 'I love Jean Paul Gaultier's designs, they're so iconic. Gaultier creates clothes that make women feel powerful and feminine. That's why I'm so very excited to work on the launch of his latest Diet Coke bottle.'
In March, Gaultier was announced as the new creative director of Diet Coke and has released two previous limited edition bottles for the brand – Night, which nodded to the designer's famous conical bra corset design, and Day, a bottle sporting his signature sailor stripes.
The new Tattoo bottle showcases his passion for body art and sees it designed in a pattern reminscent of his past catwalk collections. It's available from Boots stores nationwide free when you purchase any two 500ml bottles of Diet Coke, from mid-October while stocks last. It's also available to buy individually for £1.95.
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