Hailee Steinfeld knows how to flex her sensational figure to mesmerize her followers. She recently shared some behind-the-scenes photos from her latest photoshoot, which earned appreciation from her fans. The set for the photoshoot was a mansion in the hills of Hollywood, which offered a view of the gorgeous cityscape.
The actress has started a new swimsuit line in collaboration with her friend Francesca Aiello, the face behind Frankies Bikinis. Hailee is also serving as the model for the latest collections of Hailee X Frankies. The swimsuits reflect the essence of California surf-and-sand culture while radiating a 1970s feel.
Hailee looked dashing as she wore the tiny triangle top that showed off her ample cleavage and washboard abs. The matching bottoms flaunted her charming curves and small waist. She accessorized her look with oversized silver earrings. Her long hair was left loose to fall on her back and shoulder to make her look enthralling. She chose a chic makeup look which added to her beauty.
Regarding the collaboration, Francesca stated, “I’m so excited for you to see what we’ve been working on together for so long, it has been a dream bringing Hailee’s visions to life.” Hailee also seemed excited about the collaboration as she wrote in the caption, “Excited to share this collection I’ve been working on for @frankiesbikinis…” Sizes are available from the ranges XS to XL and are priced about $90-$175.
Francesca talked about how she got Hailee to work with her: “Hailee has been a close friend of mine for a while now. Not only is she the sweetest person ever, but she is so fun and has such a contagiously positive outlook on life. We share a love for all things fashion, and I knew she would be the perfect person to collaborate with because of her creative ideas and amazing sense of style!”
She also added, “The collection was really inspired by Hailee’s love for vintage prints, especially those of the ’70s era. We were able to play with really fun prints and new fabrications to really make this exactly what she had envisioned.”