Calvin Klein's New Ad Campaign Features Bella Hadid, Margot Robbie, Kate Moss And More

There's a reason why CK's underwear ads always get so much attention.
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(Photos: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photos: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

Calvin Klein wrangled major star wattage for its Fall/Winter 2016 advertising blitz, gathering supermodels Kate Moss, Bella Hadid, and Anna Ewers together with rising actresses Margot Robbie and Zoë Kravitz for a super-sexy slam dunk of an ad campaign.

The campaign continues the fabled fashion house's fill-in-the-bl"I ___ in #mycalvins" tag, which allows the varied personalities on bold, provocative display to really shine.

For instance, Kate Moss lent her icon status to the brand, simply saying, "I Kate in #mycalvins." 

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

Bella Hadid brought her white-hot social media appeal to Calvin Klein lingerie and denim.

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

Aussie actress Margot Robbie, of The Legend of Tarzan and the upcoming Suicide Squad, got a little bit beachy in her shots.

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

Germany beauty Anna Ewers takes what she wants (Calvin Klein lingerie and swimwear, it seems). 

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

It girl, actress, and musician Zoë Kravitz does what she wants in hers.

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

(Photo: Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2016)

If you didn't get your fill of Calvin Klein's sensual and iconic imagery, the brand brought together its myriad new faces for a flashy short film by photographer and filmmaker Tyrone Lebon. Watch it here, and thank us later.

h/t Fashion Gone Rogue