StyleWatch Style News Now

Style News Now

Kate Moss Does the Bunny Hop in Surreal Chilean Commercial

04/22/2011 at 03:30 PM ET

Just in time for Easter, model Kate Moss shows she has some bunny to love in a new ad campaign for Chilean fashion brand Basement. In the clip above, newly engaged Moss is seen gazing out the window of a high-rise building before turning to face her crush — a man dressed in a suit, wearing an oversize rabbit head. After the man busts into a tap dance, Moss shows off some moves of her own, grooving to the music while revealing the sexy lingerie hidden underneath her cozy sweater. When an alarm clock wakes her up and reveals it’s all a dream, she rises in a bed surrounded by fluffy white rabbits. It’s fun to watch, but what does it all mean? And why does it make us crave Cadbury creme eggs? Check out more at stylelist.com. Tell us: What do you think of Moss’s manic video? –Kim Peiffer

SEE MORE CELEB AD CAMPAIGNS HERE!

Your Reaction

Follow Us

On Newsstands Now

On Newsstands Now

Bindi Irwin: Remembering My Dad
  • Bindi Irwin: Remembering My Dad
  • Adam Levine's Wedding Details!
  • James Garner: 1928-2014

Pick up your copy on newsstands

Click here for instant access to the Digital Magazine

Advertisement

Add A Comment

Got something to add to this post? Fill out the fields below to make a comment, ask a question or share a tip. We'd love to hear from you.

Note: If this is your first time commenting on Style News Now, your comment will need to be approved by our moderator before it will appear. Thanks for your patience, and check back again soon.

Showing 4 comments

Kate Moss Does the Bunny Hop in Surreal Chilean Commercial | Kate Moss on

[...] document.write(”);var brightcovevideoid = 913903915001document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);document.write(”);var targetVideoWidth = 300;brightcove.createExperiences();/* iPhone, iPad, iPod */if ((navigator.userAgent.match … Read more [...]

Blog Lovin’ « Red Carpet Fashion Awards on

[...] Kate Moss Does the Bunny Hop in Surreal @ Off The Rack [...]

Fiona on

The 2011 Kate Moss and Rabbit commercial for a chilean brand (Falabella/Basement) looks very similar to a music video from, also, the chilean singer ANDRES DEL MAR – CONTANDO ESTRELLAS (Best Music video 2010 in New York City)

Is the same idea (giant rabbit with girl) and ending. She wakes up from the dream wearing the dress the rabbit gave her, so we don’t know if it was a dream or not.

Yuri on

I’ll jump in here. I think their is a place in this world for a gold-digging trophy bride. Don’t aussme these ladies are going to sit on their sofas filing their nails for a second. Beauty takes time and effort, and lots of money.Plastic surgery is not painless, a good color job takes hours. Then there are the hair extensions, the teeth whitening, and the wax jobs. After you get done with all that, dinner still needs to be put on the table and the cleaning service needs supervision. The social schedule also needs to be arranged.Once dinner is through, hubby is going to look forward to a nightime romp and Ms. Gold Digger better be ready and enthusiastic because the excuse “I’ve worked all day too and I’m tired” doesn’t fly. The next day the process starts all over again.On another comment on this blog someone mentioned that all men want is to get laid and they get married to ensure that will happen. Some men like to work long hours without complaints from their wives. Some men like extracurricular activity and a good Gold Digger might be willing to ignore the obvious.In conclusion, Gold Diggers serve a purpose, some men find them very enticing and they do fulfill a need. However, some men and women like to be partners and equals, and that is good too.I wish everyone luck with whatever they want.

Advertisement


StyleWatch Concierge
 

From Our Partners

Sign up for our daily newsletter and other special offers.
    Choose your newsletters
Thank you for signing up! Your request may take up to one week to be processed.
    see all newsletters