Blonde bombshell Simone Holtznagel has appeared in a new campaign for Australian fashion house Wheels and Dollbaby.
In the campaign, for the brand’s Autumn 2016 collection, Holtznagel stays true to the brand’s pin up style, pairing the outfits with blonde curls, black winged eyeliner and a femme fatale style red lip.
The 22-year-old, who is originally from Wollongong, Australia, sizzles in the photographs, wearing a number of retro inspired outfits.
Va va voom: Simone Holtznagel has shot a sexy campaign for Wheels and Dollbaby
‘I really like curvy girls’: Founder Melanie Greensmith told FEMAIL she chose Holtznagel for the campaign because she suited the brand
The campaign was shot at Wheels and Dollbaby founder Melanie Greensmith’s stunning and eclectic Elizabeth Bay home on Sydney Harbour that she shares with her partner, Divinyls guitarist Mark McEntee.
Greensmith told FEMAIL that she decided to go with Holtznagel for the campaign because she fit the Wheels and Dollbaby aesthetic.
‘I really like curvy girls,’ she said. ‘I like women that look like women. It suits my brand so much more. Simone’s got a lovely cheeky look.’
‘I see why she got the Playboy cover, she’s a girl next door that’s sexy. I always use women like that, women who are women.’
Sizzling: The 22-year-old shot the campaign at Greensmith’s Sydney home
Sexy and sweet: The model recently shot for Bras N Things, modelling their Playboy lingerie range
Holtznagal wore a number of pieces in the shoot including a red satin dress with a floral print and a black cutout mini dress.
In one of the most stunning pictures the former Australia’s Next Top Model contestant wears a black catsuit with a plunging neckline, which Greensmith said was her favourite piece.
The Autumn collection is called Poison Ivy and available online and in the brand’s flagship store from March 1.
Holtznagel told the Daily Telegraph that she had loved Wheels and Dollbaby since she was introduced to the brand during Australia’s Next Top Model, and saved up to buy one of the brand’s dresses for herself.
‘I was in year 12 and didn’t have much money I saw a dress that I still have, so I lay-byed it and saved up for it – I think I was working at Wendy’s at the time – and I wore it to the Top Model finale and my Year 12 formal,’ she said.
Iconic: The Playboy collection featured a playboy bunny style bustier in the collection
Covergirl: Holtsnagel featured on the cover of Playboy magazine in October 2015, which she says she doesn’t regret
This is the second Australian campaign the model has shot this year, with her campaign for the Playboy range in Bras N Things released two weeks ago.
In the Bras N Things campaign the buxom beauty also modeled some retro-inspired pieces, including leopard print bra and briefs set, as well as a playboy bunny inspired bustier.
In October 2015 the model said she felt like she had ‘struck gold’ when she graced the cover of Playboy Magazine in the US.
She posed topless for the Playboy shoot, which she said she didn’t regret but made her mother ‘hysterical.’