Abbey Clancy teams up with Sadie Frost for short film
Abbey Clancy and Sadie Frost have joined forces for a new TV advertisement, which has sparked speculation the model could be set for a change of career as she is seen in scantily-clad attire while strumming on a guitar.
Abbey Clancy has collaborated with Sadie Frost for a new TV advertisement.
The 28-year-old model has teamed up with the 49-year-old fashion designer for a new short film in which the blonde stunner is seen playing the guitar, sparking rumours she could be set for a career change.
The brand new advert, called The Vauxhalls, showcases the latest addition to car manufacturer Vauxhall's chic ADAM range, the ADAM ROCKS AIR, and shows Abbey strumming away while scantily-clad.
It begins with the star appearing on screen in just her underwear but she later dons a custom-made ADAM necklace and a sparkly jacket and begins playing the musical instrument as she and the fictional band get ready for a gig.
Abbey and Sadie, who produces the short film, are not the only stars attached to the Vauxhall clip as rock duo The Kills - made up of Kate Moss' husband Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart - provide the soundtrack in the shape of their song 'Heart Is a Beating Drum'.
The advert also marks the directional debut of James Brown, who was loaned one of the first ADAM ROCKS AIR cars - priced at £14,695 - to feature in the film ahead of its recent September release.
Mark Adams, Vice President of Design at Vauxhall Motors, said: "The Vauxhalls explores why rock and roll was so influential.
"As car designers we work within the Vauxhall Motors design philosophy but still maintain a significant amount of creative freedom, so it's imperative for us to engage and understand past, present and future trends.
"Projects such as these help us mould our development for ADAM. It's good to see the ADAM ROCKS AIR on the road, driving through the streets of London with Abbey at the wheel."
Abbey stars in 'The Vauxhalls' a short film celebrating the launch of the 'Vauxhall Adam Rocks Air' directed by James Brown. To view the film go to: www.vauxhall.co.uk/thevauxhalls