Lauren Hutton is in this Calvin Klein ad for about two seconds

Lauren Hutton is in Calvin Klein's latest underwear ad, but you could blink and miss her.
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Lauren Hutton is in Calvin Klein's latest underwear ad, but you could blink and miss her.

Calvin Klein ads usually feature young, thin models and musicians, so their latest release is an attempt at a change of pace. 

Shot in black and white by The Virgin Suicides director Sofia Coppola, the spot stars Kirsten Dunst and Rashida Jones alongside 73-year-old Lauren Hutton. 

Much has been made of Hutton's presence as she's several decades older than your typical underwear model. However, her appearance in the ad is brief, a fleeting two-second shot. 

While Coppola pans along the bodies of the other women in the ad, she shows Hutton from the waist up with a shirt over her bra. In a subsequent shot, the shirt is shown loose around her shoulders. 

She looks beautiful, but her screen time is a fraction of that of the younger women present. 

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Jones reclines on a sofa, Dunst looks back over her naked shoulder, and Hutton appears for the briefest moment. 

The campaign comes after other brands have taken to casting older models. Hutton herself walked alongside 21-year-old Gigi Hadid for Bottega Veneta's Spring 2017 show.  

New Zealand's own Lonely released a gorgeous lingerie campaign in March starring 57-year-old Mercy Brewer, but the difference is that she was the sole model. 

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Hutton also appears in a separate short ad where she tells a story about being hit on by a man who wanted her to go for a ride in his pickup truck. 

One of the biggest models of the 1970s, Hutton held a Revlon contract for 10 years from 1973 and worked with them again in the 1990s. 

In 2005 at the age of 61, she posed nude for the first time in her career, telling Good Morning America "my generation of 60's women are not going to stop wanting to be attractive."

"The really important is that women understand not to listen to a 2000-year-old patriarchal society."

 - Stuff

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