SEE Zara Phillips modelling for Musto
Zara Phillips turns model this month for outdoor clothing brand Musto.
Princess Anne's daughter, who's known for her not-so-conservative fashion choices, posed for a series of images for Musto earlier this year, captured on film by top photographer Jason Bell.
In keeping with the brand's practical reputation, the photo shoot wasn't on some sizzling Caribbean beach, but in a freezing, cold Devon.
'I wear Musto clothes all the time and have done for years, so to agree a formal partnership is fantastic,' Zara said in an official statement. 'They make the best performance clothing for riding and sailing, and for out and about in general. It can be the wettest, coldest day out riding and I know I'll be kept totally warm and dry.'
The CEO of Musto, Andy Towne, meanwhile added: 'We are delighted to be working with Zara. As a leading international sporting figure she is the perfect fit for Musto and everything the brand stands for – performance, technical excellence, style and durability. We look forward to working closely with Zara to continue our product innovation, and plans are underway for Zara to design her own line within the equestrian range.'
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