Kellan Lutz Addresses Those Racy Clothing Ads

08/26/2011 at 10:30 AM ET

Kellan Lutz ShirtlessYu Tsai for Dylan George

Speaking to PEOPLE at the spring launch of Dylan George and Abbot + Main in Las Vegas, Kellan Lutz was wearing jeans, a T-shirt and a cardigan from the clothing line he helped create. Compared to the ad campaign he shot for the collection, though, he was completely overdressed.

“Did you see any clothes in those ads?” he joked. “Because I didn’t.”

The Twilight star posed in some racy shots with supermodel Anne V recently to promote the Dylan George and Abbot + Main lines. Not matter how sexy the photos were, though, Lutz said he wasn’t nervous thanks to his modeling background.

“It was all about selling a product,” he said. “When you’re doing a campaign like that you only have stills, one-shot wonders. Working with Anne V is like a reciprocal of myself. She is an amazing model. We had a lot of camaraderie, joking, laughing. Then we had to turn it on and get sexual and into it.”

And while Anne V has a boyfriend — Maroon 5’s Adam Levine — Lutz said the singer doesn’t have anything to worry about. Not that there wasn’t palpable chemistry on set, though.

“Again, you’re selling a product,” Lutz said. “As the cameras would stop we were cracking up. We looked like we were going to make out. You know, it’s all about eluding to the fact. She’s so much fun.”

Kellan Lutz ShirtlessYu Tsai for Dylan George

–Mark Gray


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