Mulberry has launched the first of three short films starring Cressida Bonas.
The Brit label teamed up with the 26-year-old dancer to produce the digital stories, which feature the blonde beauty making her way through an English country garden and into an 18th-century Clerkenwell courthouse while showing off the brand's spring 2015 collection.
The film, which is set to ESG's "Dance", was shot by director Ivana Bobic and choreographed by Martin Joyce, although the pair allowed Cressida, who trained at Trinity Laban Dance Conservatoire in London, to put her own stamp on the routine.
Bobic said, "Cressida is such a natural on camera, and I always like to leave a little room for improvisation with any project."
Cressida, who is the former girlfriend of Britain's Prince Harry, added: "It was so much fun. I had a choreographed routine, but a lot of it was improvised because the music just makes you want to dance naturally."
The model, who is set to make her movie debut alongside Cara Delevingne in "Tulip Fever" later this year, added she doesn't usually dress up and would love to pair some of the luxury label's dresses with her favourite casual shoes.
She told WWD, "I'd wear some of their longer dresses with trainers."