Renowned fashion photographer Rankin has made his second erotic film for Coco de Mer.
The two-minute film takes viewers behind the scenes of his photoshoot for the erotic brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection.
It was filmed at the Georgian Old Rectory manor house in Bletchingley, Surrey – a popular location for films and TV shows.
The new video follows the release of Coco de Mer’s X-rated film in May. The film, also shot by Rankin, was a huge global hit, with key sites such as Vogue, GQ and WWD picking up news of the launch.
Coco de Mer managing director Lucy Litwack said: "No one films erotica quite like Rankin. It is a highly sensual film, perfectly showcasing the new SS16 lingerie, in a gorgeous location.
"It sums up all that is perfect about those long summer days in England."
The film showcases a lingerie collection inspired by the new Tim Burton film, Through The Looking Glass, released later this year.
The range aims to recapture the wayward imagination of childhood.
Its influences are derived from Lewis Carroll’s story of Alice, but mixed with darker undertones.
New pieces include Alis, made using metallic lace with a soft pink georgette, Lily featuring Jean Bracq lace and Curiosa, inspired by the idea of looking through the keyhole – it features a nude tattoo tulle with floral motif to conceal parts of the body.
The Old Rectory was chosen for the shoot because is perfectly captures the splendour of Carroll’s landscapes.
BBC1’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma and Channel 4’s The Politician’s Wife were both filmed at the Old Rectory.