“Transformers 3” actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is featured in a new photo book that may be her most extreme modeling job yet. It was launched during London Fashion Week and is stunning both for its beauty and its bizarreness.
The high-end book, “Ten Times Rosie” features Paula Thomas bold and contemporary designs. She’s the founder and headdesigner of the luxury label Thomas Wylde. British photographer Rankin was behind the camera.
The glossy coffee-table book is part of an exhibition by Rankin in London through Oct. 29, and will launch internationally in Los Angeles and Paris.
Check Out Rosie’s Ten Times Rosie photos; Click to enlarge:
The photos were shot in and around Los Angeles in April at the Amboy Salt Flats, Joshua Tree National Park, the Château Marmont and downtown streets.
The book “epitomizes the creativity and theatrical flair of Rankin, Paula Thomas and stylist Maryam Malakpour,”, according to a statement from the publisher.
Huntington-Whiteley, 23, was best known before “Transformers 3” for her work for Victoria’s Secret swimsuit and lingerie catalogs.
She debuted on the New York runways in 2004, and has represented such top brands, Abercrombie & Fitch, Bloomingdale’s, Clinique, DKNY, French Connection, L.A.M.B., Pepe Jeans, Shiatzy Chen, Ralph Lauren, and Top Shop among others.
She got her big break in Transformers after a nasty dispute between Transformers star Megan Fox and Director Michael Bay, who fired the Fox.
Bay, who worked with Rosie in his Victoria’s Secret “A Thousand Fantasies” ad,” immediately tapped her to play opposite Shia LaBeouf, even though she had no previous acting experience.
But these photos go way beyond feathers, tailored clothes and transformers.