28/05/2015 08:09 BST | Updated 28/05/2015 08:59 BST

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley For Marks And Spencer: See Her New Summer Lingerie Line

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has been making headlines for her new feminist flick Mad Max: Fury Road, but we also can't stop talking about her latest lingerie line for Marks and Spencer.

The new Rosie for Autograph collection, designed by the supermodel herself, is as beautiful as ever - featuring Rosie's signature vintage-style designs (including her much-loved cami & short combo - they're back and better than ever).

Made from the softest silk and French lace, the summer range encompasses delicate florals and tropical hues across lingerie separates and sleepwear.

Rosie for Autograph Lingerie Sets (bra, £25.00 & briefs, £12.50)

The gorgeous floral hibiscus print fabric was apparently inspired by Rosie’s recent warm-weather vacation: "Travelling is always a huge source of inspiration for me," she said.

"My recent trip to Hawaii really helped develop ideas for the summer Rosie for Autograph Lilani collection. We worked on a gorgeous vibrant colour palette and combined this with exotic Hawaiian floral prints.

"The floral cami set is one of my favourite pieces, I can’t wait to pack it on my next trip."

Rosie for Autograph Chemise (£22.50) and Kimono Wrap (£25.00)

Rosie for Autograph Lingerie Set (bra £25.00, briefs £12.50) and Teddy (£59)

Soozie Jenkinson, head of lingerie design for M&S added: "The colours of vibrant coral and zesty lime, will look great on sun-kissed skin."

And we totally agree - these new pieces are perfect for packing on your summer holidays.

Bra sizes range from 30-40, with cup-sizes from A to E and selected styles available up to G. Knickers and sleepwear sizes are available from 8 to 20.

Available in-store and online now at

Rosie for Autograph Silk Camisole (£35) and French Knickers (£19.50)

Rosie recently revealed she thinks of her lingerie shoots as a feminist statement, touching on her beliefs in an interview with HuffPost Live.

She explained: ""I've been lucky in my career. Modeling is kind of a female's world, and I feel very lucky for that."

"I never felt too many limitations in that industry, but it's certainly something you think about more and more and it's certainly something we're seeing more and more in the media."

"For me, I would totally, comfortably call myself a feminist. I believe in equal rights and for women to do what they want to do."


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