Britney Spears may have been the star of her latest Candie's spring 2010 ad campaign, but she was still starstruck by the famous faces behind the camera.
Famed photographers Annie Leibovitz, Mark Seliger and Terry Richardson each shot Spears for the campaign, entitled "Britney Spears Through the Lens."
"Annie, Mark and Terry are three of the biggest photographers in the world — I am honored to be working with them for my Candie’s Only at Kohl's ads," Spears said in a statement. "It was an amazing shoot, and I know my fans are going to love the cool images."
The photo shoot — which took place at Paramount studios in Hollywood late last year — had three different themes for each photographer.
Leibovitz's photos feature Spears against an industrial backdrop, while Richardson photographed Spears on a plain white set with colorful props. Seliger, however, created elaborate sets, such as a French burlesque-inspired pink dressing room and a field with a custom-designed pink Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
"This is the most exciting shoot we have ever produced for Candie's," Dari Marder, the chief marketing officer of Iconix, said in a statement.
The Candie's Only at Kohl's campaign will debut with a four-page insert in Seventeen magazine and can also be seen in fashion magazines and on billboards nationwide.
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