Sports Illustrated model Hannah Ferguson may be used to posing in next to nothing, but a new Disney-inspired lingerie campaign sees the blonde beauty in her skivvies as an animated character searching for the perfect bra.
In the latest commerical ad for Triumph Lingerie, the 23-year-old face of the brand plays a new mom named Hannah who is overwhelmed by motherhood and the recent changes to her body until her friends Luna and Jade help her find the ‘one’ bra that fits her.
‘It was such a wonderful experience to be transformed into an animated character and then to act too,’ Hannah told Daily Mail Online of filming Find The One, Again. ‘It’s funny but since I was little I always dreamt in animation so it was fascinating to finally see it.
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Blonde beauty: Hannah Ferguson is transformed into an animated character in a Disney-inspired commercial for Triumph Lingerie. The model is posing in the brand’s Magic Boost body dress, which retails for $90
Luxurious lingerie ad: Hannah is pictured fastening a diamond bracelet around another model’s wrist
Burned out: The 23-year-old, who is the face of the lingerie brand, plays a new mom named Hannah who is overwhelmed by motherhood and the recent changes to her body in the animated video
‘It literally felt like I was watching a dream,’ she said of the TV commercial, which features lead vocals from Broadway singers J. Elaine Marcos, Ta’rea Campbell, Betsy Wolfe and Leslie Kritzer.
The new video is the second installment of the brand’s first animated story Find The One, and like the first short film, the ad celebrates female friendships.
At the start of the clip, Hannah’s character is surrounded by toys and crayons strewn around the room as her baby boy crawls on the floor.
The fashion-loving princess has lost her sense of style and is swathed in leggings and a sweatshirt as she asks her companion ‘Fred the Frog’ if she will ever find ‘the one’ again.
Saving the day: Hannah’s best friends Luna and Jade storm into her home and help her get out of her sweats once and for all
Fairy godmother: In the whimsical clip, the Triumph Tailoress dress form is brought to life and measures all three of the characters’ busts
Perfect fit: Finding the right bra completely changes animated Hannah’s outlook in the TV commercial featuring her beloved pal ‘Fred the Frog’
However, Hannah isn’t talking about finding a man; she is actually wondering if she will ever find a bra that perfectly fits her breasts and body, which have changed since she became a mom.
Just when Hannah thinks all is lost, her best friends Luna and Jade storm in and use a tablet to show her Triumph’s Magic Boost range, bringing to life the Triumph Tailoress dress form who measures all three of the animated characters during their search.
After their whimsical fittings, the ladies are decked in their best fitting bras and completely transformed as they confidently model stylish dresses.
The clip ends with the cartoon characters transforming into their real life counterparts as they pose in front of the mirror wearing their new bras.
At the start of the clip, Hannah feared she would never find a bra that properly fit her body, which had changed after the birth of her son
Happy ending: The cartoon characters eventually transform into their real life counterparts as they pose in front of the mirror in their new bras. Hanna noted that the bra she is modeling made her bust look ‘amazing’
‘The live acting component of the campaign shoot brought everything together; it connected the dots from animation to reality,’ Hannah explained.
Hannah said that the TV ad celebrates the ‘bond of female friendship’ while following her character’s personal journey of losing her confidence after becoming a mom, saying it is a ‘fun story’ that women of ‘all ages can seriously relate to’.
And the anime version of herself isn’t the only one who relies on her friends. The model said that she is ‘constantly’ snapping pictures on her travels and asking her friends for their input.
‘I think it’s something that we all do throughout our lives,’ she added. ‘That unique bond that we women have with our friends is incomparable and I don’t know what I’d do without them.’
Fitness fanatic: Hannah, who can be seen striking a yoga pose, said keeping fit helps keep her feeling confident
Sweeping her off her feet: The Sports Illustrated beauty is pictured with her boyfriend Conn Davis Jr., who is model Hannah Davis’ brother
Taut and toned: Hannah snapped this racy bikini snap in January while ringing in 2016 with a vacation
Self-confidence is the main theme of the empowering commercial, and Hannah said it is important for women to find lingerie that makes them feel good about themselves, whether it stays hidden under their clothes or is worn for another person.
Hannah pointed out the Magic Boost ‘Lift-Up’ bra she models in the ad made her bust look ‘amazing’, and in addition to good-fitting lingerie, she said she boosts her self-esteem by keeping fit.
However, the blonde beauty, who cites running, yoga, and the Megaformer classes at SLT (Strengthen, Lengthen, Tone) studios as some of her go-to workouts, maintained that the right bra will make any woman feel her best.
‘I wholeheartedly believe that once you have found the right lingerie, you’ll feel confident, super feminine and sexy all day, every day,’ she said.
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