Sarah Stephens gets intimate for Bonds

Sarah Stephens has been announced as the new face of Bonds Intimates. You might recall her campaigns for the likes of Myla and Agent Provocateur – an unsurprising go-to girl for lingerie and swimwear given her curvaceous figure and sultry features.

Bonds’ intimates add a touch of luxury and lace trim to their core of comfortable, wearable underwear. You can see a preview of the campaign, including a behind-the-scenes video, after the break. You can also check out behind the scenes images at the gallery.

sarah stephens lingerie bonds intimates

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Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes
Bonds Intimates campaign: behind the scenes

sarah stephens lingerie bonds intimates

sarah stephens lingerie bonds intimates

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