Candice Swanepoel is the face of Givenchy's Dahlia Divin fragrance
Candice Swanepoel is the new face of Givenchy's Dahlia Divin fragrance.
The 27-year-old supermodel - who became a Victoria's Secret Angel in 2010 - has admitted she is "honoured" to be fronting the campaign for the designer brand's latest beauty commercial.
The star took to Instagram on Wednesday (18.05.16) to broadcast the news, which saw her adorn a v-plunge pistachio green dress to reveal her ample assets. The South African beauty captioned the post: "Honored to be the new face of my favorite Givenchy fragrance!
Dahlia Divin shot by the amazing@therealpeterlindbergh @carineroitfeld @riccardotisci17@thestylecouncilparis@odilegilbert_official@stephane_marais_official
#dahliadivin #givenchybeauty #bts (sic)."
The Italian fashion designer Riccardo Tisci - who gained the title of creative director for Givenchy women's haute couture and ready-to-wear collections, and extended his rein three years later when he took over the menswear capsule and accessories - also took to social media to showcase the elegant Candice on set of the campaign.
Riccardo uploaded a string of photos of the blonde beauty, which he captioned: "Golden GODESS@angelcandices @givenchyofficial@therealpeterlindbergh @carineroitfeld (sic).
"Blonde ANGEL@angelcandices in @givenchyofficial#couture (sic)."
Meanwhile, Candice - who is engaged to Hermann Nicoli, who had been dating for over 10 years before they finally got engaged last year - is pregnant with their first child and is expecting to welcome a little son into the world in September this year.
Teasing the sex of her baby with a black-and-white photograph of her burgeoning baby bump, she wrote: "My Not so little boy (sic)"
The couple's pregnancy news was confirmed back in March when a friend of the pair said they were "so excited" about their impending arrival and were planning to spend the summer in New York getting ready for their new addition.
The source said at the time: "They are very happy. They plan to spend the summer in New York."