Diane Kruger Shows Off Sexy Cutout One-Piece from Model Helena Christensen's Swimsuit Line
Diane Kruger teamed the $500 design with a red baseball cap, classic gold hoops and a dainty gold chain necklace
On Thursday, the German actress and model, 43, posted a photo on Instagram wearing “The Wave Body” swimsuit from Stærk & Christensen — a fashion brand Christensen, 51, co-founded with designer Camilla Stærk — with the caption, “Thank you @helenachristensen and @camillastaerk for the cool bathing suit 🩱 I♥️ it 🤗”
Kruger teamed the black one-piece (which features wave-shaped cutout at the neckline and retails for $495 on staerkandchristensen.com) with a red baseball cap, classic gold hoops and a dainty gold chain necklace, as she posed in what appears to be her bathroom for the Instagram snap.
Kruger has been quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic with her boyfriend, The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus and their 1-year-old daughter, and has shared peeks at their shopping trips, how she's changing up her beauty routine and cute glimpses of their daughter throughout it all on Instagram.
Christensen, a former Victoria’s Secret Angel, has used quarantine to get in numerous photo shoots modeling Stærk & Christensen items and promoting them on her own Instagram page with sexy selfies and videos.
Last week, Christensen rocked a red lipstick and bangs as she posed outside and around her house in chic Stærk & Christensen one-piece styles and a strappy nude bikini.
“Suiting up in our @staerkandchristensen swim/bodysuits and Swallow sandals🩱♥️ 🌞” she wrote alongside the series of photos.
And back in April, Christensen flaunted her figure in photos taken at her home in the Catskills to raise awareness for Stærk & Christensen‘s initiative to help those struggling during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
In the post, Christensen appears in different swimsuit styles from her brand’s resort collection, including the “Knot Body” in both red and purple, as well as the low-cut “Wave Body” in black. The photo shoot also included a cheeky back shot of Christensen posing on a stone wall.
The '90s supermodel and Stærk co-founded the New York-based company as a multi-dimensional studio that tackles fashion, as well as architecture, film and photography in 2015.
“We just clicked,” Christensen told The Cut of Stærk at the time. Not long after the met, the Danish pair, "packed a bag of Camilla’s first designs, and went to Prague and just picked some local models and did hair and makeup ourselves and [shot] a whole look book," marking the beginning of their multi-faceted brand.