SNEAK PEEK: Posh Strips Down Again for Armani!

05/06/2009 at 12:33 PM ET

Courtesy of Emporio Armani

After dressing up for Marc Jacobs at the Met Costume Institute Gala, Victoria Beckham bares (almost all) for her second season of modeling in sexy Emporio Armani women’s underwear ads. The ads, which the star unveiled in person today at Macy’s in New York City, picture the star in a lacy bra and panty set complete with a long ponytail replacing her usual pixie cut. And this is hardly the last we’ve seen the of the star in her skivvies — Victoria will be showing off her sexy side for Armani until 2012. Tell us: What do you think of Posh’s new Emporio Armani ads?

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lil.bee on

i’m gonna agree with trish… i don’t “know” victoria beckham personally, nor will i pretend to. but i do know advertising and graphic design, and those people are the real stars behind this ad. it’s provocative and alluring. makes me want to buy lingerie right this moment! i mean… don’t you?

Nat on

Great body for a mother of 3 and she
always looks ready for the runway.
I think she looks great in this add.

Serena on

The trouble is its probably not really HER body – its probably been airbrushed to death!

LINDSEY on

she looks great and is not “too skinny” your prolly just fat and it makes you feel better about your unhealthy self to critize someone who is way more attractive then you. She is perfect and healthy, whoever is making you think that fat is in is deff wrong fat is killing the world.

trsquare on

She’s just far too skinny to be modeling underwear. Something like that needs a curvier model. She’s beautiful, but not in this ad.

Ann on

I think she looks good. She has a very unique look. But I would agree she could stand to gain a few pounds.

Kas on

Incredible! You are all judging this woman based on how she looks!! Telling her she doesn’t deserve being married to Beckham? How the heck would you know what she does or does not deserve. I’ll tell you one thing, I don’t see any of you modeling for Armani. Victoria is what she is and accept her for that. I never bother replying to these things but reading what I have is disturbing. Get a life and judge your own! Trish – nice comment! :)

Katerina on

It’s a good ad and Posh looks wonderful. She is definitely doing her job.
Maybe it’s a cultural thing that I’m not getting (I’m originally from Eastern Europe), but I can’t understand America’s concept of acceptable weight? We criticize any celeb for gaining a couple of pounds and celebrate their “weight loss” once they lose them on the cover of every magazine and talk show. “Wow look at Mariah Carey…she dieted her way to a size zero!”
At the same time we crucify someone for being petite or if you can see their ribs a bit. Its not necessarily anorexia and thats a very serious thing to just throw out there like that.
Whether you are petite, athletic, or have a larger frame, as long as you are at a healthy weight for your height and body type, what’s the big deal? Why the obsession?

Phyllis on

I think it’s great that Victoria Beckham has an attractive body. However, how is she going to explain to her children for posing almost naked? Women can be just as attractive while fully clothed.

jane on

Posh needs to eat something, there is nothing sexy about skin and bones…maybe in Hollywood to land a movie role but they look horribly unhealthy, bones sticking out is NOT SEXY

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