EXCLUSIVE: First Look at Bar Refaeli's Hot New Rampage Ads!

07/21/2009 at 11:59 PM ET

Courtesy of Rampage

Move over, GiseleSports Illustrated cover girl Bar Refaeli is replacing the now-pregnant supermodel as the face of Rampage for the brand’s fall campaign. The Israeli model appears in everything from sexy lingerie to hot going-out dresses to office-appropriate suits for the contemporary women’s wear line in ads shot by legendary photographer Gilles Bensimon at an estate in Los Angeles. We love seeing Bar all glammed up in the ads! Tell us: What do you think of Bar as the new face of Rampage?

Courtesy of Rampage

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superzxoz on

Wow… thats really hot.
Still find it funny you would pay more attention to the girl then the ad…

none of your beeswax on

her boobs are big

sherbird on

she looks great!

megashia on

i love it very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cory on

I saw Leo and Bar at an event a couple of yrs ago and can say that Bar is even more gorgeous in person. Probably the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen close up (saw Adriana Lima as well as she doesn’t even compare to Bar).

juls on

She is pretty. I think that she looked good wit Leonardio de Caprio. cuz they were cute

justin Anderson on

How hot is that?

justin Anderson on

Whatever she is selling I am buying!

Sybenett on

Bar is simply stunning, all the best for her.

Eva on

Hi! I’m looking for some news about Bar Refaeli?

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