Elliot Page gets intimate with Julia Garner, A$AP Rocky for Gucci: 'Jaw dropped'
The Canadian actor was part of a steamy throuple to promote Gucci Guilty fragrances.
Elliot Page is getting steamy on the internet.
The 36-year-old Canadian actor took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a peek at his latest campaign with Gucci, promoting the fashion house's Gucci Guilty fragrances. In the post, the "Umbrella Academy" star teamed up with "Ozark" actress Julia Garner and rapper A$AP Rocky for a vintage video, where the trio were featured as a steamy throuple.
In the initial photo, Page rocked a black short sleeve shirt featuring shiny vertical stripes and multicoloured flowers, along with a white Gucci belt, brown trousers and dark brown loafers.
Posing on the floor, Page held onto Rocky's ankle, where the artist rocked white cowboy boots, matching white lace-up pants and a grey Gucci blazer. Garner sat behind the two men, wearing a green laced dress and a white fur coat.
For the video, set to The Harptones's "Life Is but a Dream," the stars performed casual tasks inside a home before getting close with one another.
Fans poured their love for Page, Garner and Rocky in the comments of the post, with many noting they were surprised by this collaboration.
"Never has such a random throuple worked so well!" one person wrote.
"I did not know I needed this collab," someone added.
"Jaw dropped is an understatement," someone else raved.
"My sun, my moon and my rising," a fan penned.
"Yes, Elliot Page! Making Canada proud!" another commented.
"I don't usually like perfume ads, but I like the queer, polyam energy of this one," someone shared.
According to Gucci Beauty, the three stars co-created a "world of open-hearted bliss" with the campaign.
"In this space of imagination, they celebrate the countless iterations of love, embodying self-acceptance and showing how openness unleashes the purest form of expression," Gucci Beauty penned in post.
Directed by Christopher Simmonds and photographed by Glen Luchford, Gucci Beauty also noted that the campaign is an "ode to self-acceptance, friendship and love in all its forms."
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