Fergie Stars in Philipp Plein's 'Alice in Ghettoland' Campaign -- See the Stunning Pics!
By Desiree Murphy
Looking good, Fergie!
After walking and performing in Milan Fashion Week during Philipp Plein's "Alice in Ghettoland" runway show in September, the "M.I.L.F. $" singer is now the star of the designer's latest spring 2017 campaign of the same name.
In a series of photos released via Instagram on Wednesday, Fergie flaunts her figure in multiple pieces from Plien's new collection, keeping her hair pulled back in a tight ponytail secured with a chunky black hair accessory.
"I got to shoot yesterday with Philipp Plein and [fashion photographer] Steven Klein," she exclaimed in a video posted to Plein's Instagram. "That was a dream come true. I mean, I've always wanted to work with Klein, and him and Philip together just created this fantastical world."
"I'm basically a boss on the street, and I'm kind of owning the model," she continued. "Steven Klein is just a genius. He took the world with his lighting, and just turned it into this beautiful campaign. It was such a great collaboration -- amazing!"
Plein also shared a few photos, gushing over the 41-year-old singer in his caption.
"Bringing a fantasy world to life by creating a sensorial reality that stretches out of its wonderfully imagined limits," he wrote. "Introducing the #PhilippPlein #springsummer2017 #aliceinghettoland #campaign - starring the one and only HIP HOP ? ? @fergie !!!! Photographed by the legendary @stevenkleinstudio."
If the decorations in the background look familiar, it's because they're nearly identical to the ones Plein used during his Milan Fashion Week show. The runway was fully decked out with pink and blue lighting, toy houses, white picket fences, carnival rides and ice cream trucks.
"Philipp just rang and said he wanted to build something fantasy-based for his show, specifically a set inspired by the one I had in my 'M.I.L.F.$' music video -- but as if everyone were on 'shrooms," Fergie said of how their collaboration came to be during an interview with The New York Times. "It was weird, but I just felt Philipp and I were totally on the same wavelength."
"I was flattered he had been inspired by my video -- which had hints of Italian Vogue to it -- and loved the idea of calling the show 'Alice in Ghettoland,'" she continued. "He's such a showman, I knew we could put on something unforgettable."