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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I can’t believe no one has pointed out that Bar seems to have dislocated her shoulder in the first picture.

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