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Nikki Phillips joins Jockey for their Sexiest Campaign Ever

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28 July 2014

Nikki Phillips joins Jockey for their Sexiest Campaign Ever

New Zealand born, Sydney-based model and fashion blogger Nikki Phillips strips down to become the new face and body of Jockey Underwear.

The 29-year-old newlywed has signed with the iconic underwear brand to help celebrate the summer launch of their new sexy Parisian-inspired collection. This will be her first Trans-Tasman joint campaign.

Nikki is excited and honoured to be working with Jockey as their new ambassador. “This is definitely a dream come true, and one of my career highlights to date” she said.

Glowing from her recent nuptials to musician Dane Rumble in Bali last month, Nikki is in the best shape of her life. Her statuesque figure perfectly suited to show off an array of matching underwear ensembles for Jockey.

This season, lace takes the Jockey’s Parisienne collection to the next level with sexy new intimates like the completely sheer lace bodysuit and co-ordinate set. Feminine, light and true to their heritage, these additions are a perfect extension to the collection.

Jockey’s signature Parisienne shapes will be available in new summer colours, including bright aquatics, translucent pastels and chic vintage prints.

Nikki Phillips joins the list of Jockey’s high profile New Zealand and Australian ambassadors including All Blacks rugby star Dan Carter, former Black Sticks player Honor Carter, Australian strike bowler Mitchell Johnson and TV personality Giaan Rooney.

The new range from Jockey is available from Farmers, other independent retailers and at

Nikki will be gracing Kiwi’s with her presence in August, hitting the catwalk at this year’s New Zealand Fashion Week to represent Jockey at one of their Designer Selection Shows.

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