WATCH: Lily Aldridge Strips Down for One Very Sexy Dinner Party

08/14/2014 at 05:28 PM ET

Lily Aldridge
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Well that’s one way to sell clothes!

In a new Victoria’s Secret ad, the brand takes a cue from Johnnie Walker Blue and casts Angel Lily Aldridge in a mini-movie promoting the #LessIsMore campaign and a new collection of clothing.

In the clip, Aldridge hosts a fancy dinner party for friends, but in a bit of a clumsy streak, spills food and wine on herself again, and again … and again.

Luckily, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover model — married to Kings of Leon singer Caleb Followill and mom to daughter Dixie, 2 — just happens to have a closet in her kitchen (lucky!), and changes into several cute outfits over the course of her night (though her dinner guests definitely start to take notice). And when things get really messy toward the end, well … guess a bra and underwear will have to do.

Dinner sure looked good, though!

—Kate Hogan

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SAON on

They should have had her bring in the dessert wearing just underwear!

Nikki on

Stupid. Really stupid. I wish businesses didnt make women look dumb. She could of changed into her beautiful clothing as part as presenting the food in the spirit of fun.

Sarah on

@Nikki I don’t think it makes women look dumb…the stereotype being that women do the cooking. Rather, I think it makes a Victoria’s Secret model look relatable. Like, see, she DOES have flaws! (Allegedly, I mean…she’s basically perfect.)

Tara on

there is something so odd about the way her eyes + eyebrows look together … looks reptilian

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