Britney Spears 2010 Candies Ads (Pics)

February 17, 2010

Again this year, you can see the successful and stunning international star, Britney Spears’ 2010 Candies Ads and pics here. Find more revealing details and see a video below.

Britney Spears Candies

This year’s campaign features Britney Spears who goes “Through the Lens” for the new Candie’s ads.

The inspiring Britney Spears posed for photogs including three of the top photographers in the industry. Mark Seliger, Terry Richardson, and Annie Leibovitz took these amazing photos for the Candies campaign at Paramount Studios in Hollywood. Regarding the shoot and campaign, Spears said, “Annie, Mark and Terry are three of the biggest photographers in the world. I am honored to be working with them for my Candie’s Only at Kohl’s ads,” Spears said. “It was an amazing shoot, and I know my fans are going to love the cool images. … I’m very excited to be working with Candie’s for a second season.”

The 2010 Candies ads included three incredible themes that showcased Spears. Richardson used a simple white set with various colorful props with an industrial backdrop. Seliger incorporated a field within French burlesque pink dressing room, accenting the scene with a customized pink Harley-Davidson. The head marketing officer, Dari Marder, said “This is the most exciting shoot we have ever produced for Candie’s.”

It is said that Kohl’s Candie’s line will be available soon. Seventeen magazine will include a four-page spread in this year’s April issue, as well as a single page ad in Teen Vogue. The line will be available at Kohl’s, and Candie’s will have a four-page insert in the April issue of Seventeen and in Teen Vogue, a one-page ad.

For more Britney Spears 2010 Candies Ads and pics, click here.

I think Britney is looking better than ever! You can leave your thoughts in the comment box and see more pictures and a film below.

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