Hunter's Models Get Up To Some Very Naughty Pranks

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    Given what an utterly miserable, polar-vortex-filled winter it's been, you can be forgiven for seeking a little escapism. And, since spending your 9-to-5 time researching getaways in Cabo may not be the best way to endear yourself to the boss, we have a much more manageable vacay for you instead. Hunter' newest campaign is a journey to a verdant spring day — and the fact that it depicts minimally clothed models splashing around with water hoses certainly doesn't hurt when it comes to getting us in the warm-weather mood.

    In one scene, models clad in neon rain slickers and matching boots play tug-of-war with a handsome, water-hose-wielding man (no comment). The styling is simple yet effective, with slicked-back hair and bold, saturated lips setting off the florescent pink and orange Hunter Wellington boots. Pretty much the only thing missing here are directions to this sizzling playground. Preview Hunter's summer collection, straight ahead — it's a free-spirited, colorful, and beautiful reminder that winter won't stick around forever.



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