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  M.   April 13, 2012

Jean Paul Gaultier launched his hotly anticipated limited edition collection for Diet Coke last night at a starry bash in Paris – with a little help from Brit star Gemma Arterton.

The ‘Night & Day’ bottle collection was inspired by the designer’s iconic catwalk collections.

‘Night’ comes in a corset style reminiscent of Gaultier’s catwalk designs (as modelled by Gemma Arterton), embellished with a lace and fishnet design.

‘Day’ was inspired by the designer’s signature Breton stripes with the red bottle cap resembling a French beret.

Gaultier is releasing a third bottle, called simply ‘Tattoo’ (can you guess what it’ll look like yet?) later this year.

Gemma Arterton looked dressed to frill on the red carpet — pouring her curves into a semi see-through lacy black corset.
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The former Bond girl, 26, worked the lingerie look with the strategically patterned bodice that bumped up her cleavage and nipped in her waist.

She teamed the racy garment with a sleek black pencil skirt, kitten heels and nude nails.

Turning to the side as she flashed a smile at the camera, the actress showed off her slender back through the lace-up design.

She also revealed a glimpse of her thighs through a transparent side panel in the figure-hugging skirt.

The British beauty ditched accessories for last night’s Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Jean Paul Gaultier launch party in Paris — instead she modelled tousled locks, a glowing complexion and bare lips.

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