Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has teamed up with Marks & Spencer to release a lingerie and sleepwear range in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has partnered up with Marks & Spencer to launch an exclusive lingerie and sleepwear range in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The 28-year-old model, who has collaborated with the British retailer 10 times since 2012, has created and released a 19-piece collection to increase the awareness of the disease.
Rosie said: ''It has been amazing to co-design and develop this range, and meet the exceptional and inspirational women featured in our campaign. I hope you enjoy wearing the collection in support of such a good cause.''
The range will include a post-surgery bra, featuring gorgeous lace detailing and padded cups to give shape and definition, while the discreet inner pockets fit prosthesis.
The soft fabric provides extra comfort, while the matching Brazilian knickers with no visible panty line [VPL] completes the stunning lingerie set and radiates elegance.
The collection also features luxe silk and French designed lace padded and non-padded bras, knickers, camisoles, French knickers, and a kimono-inspired wrap.
The blonde beauty unveiled the collection alongside seven women, who have been affected by breast cancer, in a new promo video in support of the #ShowYourStrap campaign.
The social media campaign - which was set up to kick off the partnership between M&S and Breast Cancer Now - calls upon customers to take to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to show to support for the battle against breast cancer by posting a photograph of themselves showing their bra strap.
Participants are then encouraged to nominate their friends and family members to take part in the campaign, as well as donating £3 to Breast Cancer Now via text message.
Ten per cent from each sale of Rosie's collection will also be donated to the research charity.
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