Michael B. Jordan and Kendall Jenner star in striking Calvin Klein campaign

Calvin Klein’s spring campaign is a real feast for the eyes.

Starring the likes of Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kendall Jenner, Michael B. Jordan and FKA twigs, the iconic brand’s latest underwear shoot might just be its most star-studded yet.

The new campaign marks 32-year-old Aaron’s Calvin Klein debut, and by the looks of it, smouldering in tight underwear is as natural as breathing for the star.

It was also 36-year-old Michael’s first Calvin underwear campaign, and he too appeared to be in his element while showcasing his best blue steel.  

Veteran runway star Kendall, 27, was snapped in just a pair of briefs and socks, while 35-year-old crooner Twigs looked killer in jeans and a black bra.

Jennie Kim of Blackpink was another of the A-listers to be photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for the striking, black-and-white campaign.

In the images, the chest tattoo Aaron has of his wife Sam Taylor-Johnson’s name was clearly visible.

Sam, 56, also has a tribute to her husband etched into her skin, and the lovebirds are thought to have gone under the needle in 2021.

That year, the inkings were revealed by tattoo artist Dr Woo, who posted a picture on Instagram and tagged the filmmaker and her Kick-Ass star partner.

The couple posed next to each other for the photo with the actor standing just behind his wife, showing off their tatts.

According to People, Sam posted two red heart emoji in the replies before the comments were turned off.

The couple met on the set of Sam’s film Nowhere Boy in 2009 and went on to marry in Somerset in 2012. They share daughter Romy, 11, and Wylda, 12, while Sam has two other children from a previous relationship.

Aaron spoke about their much-talked-about age gap in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar in 2019, insisting there was ‘no funny business at all’ while they worked on Nowhere Boy.

Confessing he was uncomfortable with the focus on their relationship, he continued: ‘The attention was intrusive. But having to deal with that early in my career probably got me to a place where I can more quickly just go, “Oh, f**k it”.’

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