Friday, May 29, 2009

Traffic-Stopping Rack Identified

Apparently this ad posted on highway billboards is causing quite a stir over in Britain.

For obvious reasons. Naturally people really wanted to know who this rather delectable rack belonged to.

Now they know.
It has been the most talked about cleavage since Eva Herzigova's traffic-stopping Hello Boys! billboard campaign for Wonderbra in 1994.

And now the mystery of the cleavage on the recent M&S 'We Boobed!' campaign is finally solved.

The now-famous cleavage that has caused such a storm in a D cup belongs to 23-year-old Islington model Natalie Suliman.

As well as forming a campaign to promote the new range of quality silk underwear for M&S, the photograph was chosen by M&S for the ad apologising to the nation for charging £2 on bras above a DD cup, hence the worldwide coverage of the shots.

And even more incredibly, the 32E cleavage portrayed in the photographs is entirely natural, with no artificial uplift and no make up at all.

'When I did the shoot for M&S, the photographer didn't even want me to apply any fake tan or moisturiser as he loved my skin tone,' Natalie said.

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