A true homecoming! Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm returns to WA in stunning bikini-clad Seafolly Summer 2017 campaign shots
She's the Victoria's Secret model who grew up on Western Australia's South Fremantle beaches.
And Bridget Malcolm makes an epic return home in her new campaign shots as the newly revealed face of Australian swimwear brand, Seafolly.
The 24-year-old blonde beauty showed off her incredibly toned figure in a series of bikinis while shooting at Broome's stunning red-rock cliffs and deserted beaches for the brand's Summer 2017 campaign.
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New face of Seafolly: Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm showcases an epic return home in new Seafolly Summer 17 campaign shots as the new face of the Australian swimwear brand
It is the first time in 10 years since the brand has returned to the idyllic location, after shooting with supermodel Miranda Kerr in 2007.
Bridget, having once labelled the fellow Australian model and former Victoria's Secret beauty as a 'benchmark' to those in the industry, rocked the shoot.
In one image, she showcased her long, lean legs standing atop a beach-side cliff edge, with the breathtaking landscape encapsulating the shot.
Impressive! The Australian beauty showcased her long, lean legs standing atop a beach-side cliff edge, with the breathtaking landscape encapsulating the shot
Revealing! The New York-based personality embraced her natural beauty for the shot and was able to add sex appeal to the modest bikini looks with her seductive poses
The new face of Seafolly embraced her natural beauty on set, with neutral makeup used with a tanned bronzer.
Her hair was worn loosely and styled in beach waves but in another image worn in a loose top bun.
While the bikinis were quite modest, the New York-based star was able to add sex appeal to the looks with her seductive poses.
She even flashed a bit of cleavage in a blush pink bandeau top and other activewear-inspired bikini sets.
Active! The staturesque stunner's enviable physique was on full display within the figure-hugging swimwear, as she ran along the sandy Western Australian beaches
Beachy! Her hair was effortlessly styled in beachy waves worn down and in a loose top bun throughout the campaign images
The statuesque stunner's enviable physique was on full display in the figure-hugging swimwear, as she ran along the sandy beaches and posed alongside a surfing longboard.
The American-based Victoria’s Secret model secretly returned earlier this year to the Australian shores for the shoot.
Bridget says it was a refreshing change to her fast-paced city life that she welcomed with open arms, saying 'It’s a lot of energy at all times and there’s not a lot of beaches or moments to just take a second.'
Fitness fanatic! The model admitting in the past to training seven days a week when Victoria's Secret was on, she revealed she had a more lowkey approach to preparing for this campaign
Bridget was selected for the ‘Welcome to Broome’ campaign to pay homage to her Western Australian roots and to celebrate her natural Australian beauty.
'Seafolly is such an iconic Australian brand, it's the pinnacle for a lot of Australian models and I'm just so happy and humbled to be included as part of the family. This trip has been unforgettable,' the petite model said of the experience.
World-famous photographer, Simon Upton, described the shoot as one that he'll 'cherish forever.'
'From catching crabs to spotting kangaroos between shots, the whole experience was one we’ll cherish forever,' he said.
Proud! The petite model says she is so 'happy and humbled to be included as part of the (Seafolly) family'
While admitting in the past to training seven days a week when Victoria's Secret was on, Bridget revealed she had a more low-key approach to preparing for this campaign.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph she detailed her prep: 'I’m vegan and I eat very cleanly and work out year-round so for Seafolly I just made sure I drank a lot of water beforehand — because I flew half way around the world — and got lots of rest because the shoot days were long, with very early starts.'
Bridget was selected for the ‘Welcome to Broome’ campaign to pay homage to her Western Australian roots and to celebrate her natural Australian beauty
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