Heidi Klum, 49, poses in red lace lingerie alongside daughter Leni, 18, for another Intimissimi campaign after previous shoot was branded ‘creepy’
Heidi Klum has posed for a new Intimissimi campaign with daughter Leni to ring in the holiday season, after their previous shoot was branded ‘creepy.’
In the new image, Heidi, 49, looks incredible wearing semi-sheer red lace lingerie, which suits her perfectly.
The briefs have a delicate silver chain detail on them and sit in an elegant V-shape.
They’re back! Heidi Klum, 49, posed in red lace lingerie alongside daughter Leni, 18, for another Intimissimi campaign after previous shoot was branded ‘creepy’
Heidi sits on a chair and leans against her teen daughter, who wears a matching red lace-topped satin babydoll set by the lingerie brand.
Both ladies pose with their heads close together and eyes closed.
When asked about the criticism of the campaign by social media users, Leni, who recently moved from California to New York City for college, said it didn’t sway how she feels about the photo shoot.
Controversial: Earlier this month, Leni broke her silence over the backlash she received for posing in lingerie with her supermodel mom Heidi for the Italian brand
‘I honestly didn’t look at a lot of the reactions,’ she admitted. ‘I am overall happy with the campaign and I had an amazing day with my mom.’
Additionally, she raved that she thought ‘the photos turned out great’ and she ‘had an amazing time.’
Leni insisted she doesn’t ‘pay any attention’ to negative feedback and is grateful to work on a shoot with her mother, who she described as her ‘inspiration.’
‘Just the advice she gives me, the way she works, everything about her, I can go on and on,’ the teen told Page Six at her mom’s annual Halloween party. ‘I love shooting with her.’
Earlier this month, Howard Stern branded the mother daughter lingerie campaign inappropriate on his SiriusXM show.
‘I looked at it and I thought, ‘This is so f**king’ out of line. It is so inappropriate. But you can’t stop looking at it,’ he said.
The radio and television personality continued: ‘It looks like a guy’s [personal] fantasy. They’re kissing and they’re holding each other. And they’re frolicking.’
People across social media also chimed in to say the shoot was ‘icky’ while one Twitter user wrote: ‘Sexualizing your daughter the moment they turn legal is weird.’
‘I wouldn’t model sexy lingerie with my mom,’ another tweeted.
‘I honestly didn’t look at a lot of the reactions,’ Leni admitted. ‘I am overall happy with the campaign and I had an amazing day with my mom’
Others, however, pointed out that the campaign was ‘classy’ and their underwear had more coverage than most bathing suits.
‘Her daughter is 18…legal…they’re both GORGEOUS & the only reason for the negative comments is 100% pure jealousy!’ a fan of the duo wrote on Instagram.
The Intimissimi campaign was directed by Hayo in Los Angeles and launched October 10.
Leni’s biological father is Heidi’s ex, Flavio Briatore. However, singer Seal, legally adopted her in 2009 after tying the knot with the Making The Cut star in 2005.
After nearly seven years of marriage, Heidi filed for divorce in 2012, which was finalized two years later in 2014.
Her daughter has followed in her mother’s footsteps and made quite the name for herself in the modeling world.
She recently stunned in a new magazine cover for Hunger and has had features in Vogue Germany and Glamour Germany, as well as walking in Milan Fashion Week last month.
Proud: Additionally, she raved that she thought ‘the photos turned out great’ and she ‘had an amazing time’
The social media personality, who boasts 1.5 million followers on Instagram, recently left home to move to New York City to begin her first year of college.
Heidi discussed her feelings to be far away from her daughter during a recent interview on The Late Late Show With James Cordon.
‘It’s so sad,’ the America’s Got Talent judge admitted. ‘This weekend, she just moved in, and I call her. Normally she picks up, but then three, four hours I don’t hear anything.’
‘And already, my head is going ‘Where is she? What is she doing? Why is she not answering?’ Already the worrying is starting,’ Heidi revealed.
The supermodel stated that, at one point, she had called Leni every two hours. ‘Now I want the number of the roommate, so I can bug the roommate if she doesn’t pick up,’ Heidi stated humorously.
During an interview last year with Extra TV, Leni discussed a modeling tip she received from her mother, Heidi, when she started out in the industry.
‘She’s always telling me that I need to have fun, and she’s always like, ‘bounce around, be fun, be energetic, be excited,’ the star explained.
The media personality also explained that although both her mother and herself enjoying the modeling and fashion industry, their style choices are the complete opposite.
‘She calls it grungy,’ Leni stated, talking about how Heidi perceives her own personal fashion. ‘I just call it oversized…never catch me in super tight jeans because I don’t like wearing things that are uncomfortable.’
Dynamic duo! Leni insisted she doesn’t ‘pay any attention’ to negative feedback and is grateful to work on a shoot with her mother, who she described as her ‘inspiration’