Normally, Camille Kostek models swimsuits. The former NFL cheerleader and Sports Illustrated cover girl has her own line, so she’s always showing it off.
But on Thursday, Kostek modeled for another venture. In the clip she shared with her nearly 1 million Instagram followers, Kostek pulled back her hair and posed in a bubble bath. She’s in a high-rise, with an incredible view of an unidentified city. She also rolls on top of satin sheets. She sizzles in the PG-rated clip.
So what’s up with the video? She captioned it: “I love giveaways because I love gifting you chickies. I was catching up with Rachael Lynsey yesterday and talking all things life and the launch of @sleepytie and we decided to do this little giveaway to 11 ( our favorite number) beautiful souls.”
So What Was Camille Kostek Selling with the Bubble Bath?
Guess what Camille Kostek is selling?
Hair ties. She was using her beautiful blonde locks to sell a special kind of silk scrunchie. According to the site, you use the ties to pull back your hair at night so it will look wonderful when you wake up.
Kostek announced her collaboration with the line back in February. It’s owned by her best friend, Rachael Lynsey. She posted on Instagram four months ago: “It’s epic to be the face of a brand, but it’s even more epic to be the face of your best friends brand. Here are moments from our campaign for @sleepytie ☁️ Happy to take on this venture with my homie.”
Camille Kostek, like her best friend, is an entrepreneur. She kicked off her own swimsuit line earlier this year.
She used to be known as the girlfriend of NFL star Rob Gronkowski. But she’s definitely developed her own identity, turning her one-time career as a dancer and model that of a fashion designer and influencer.
As a young girl, she danced and played sports. Then she earned a spot on the New England Patriots cheerleading team. And after she left the squad, she began dating Gronkowski. The two met on a community service project in 2015. Gronkowski now plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and she was by his side to celebrate the Super Bowl victory in February.
Sports Illustrated put her on the cover of the magazine’s 2019 swimsuit edition. With her swimsuit and athleisure wear line, she focuses on all body types. She identifies herself as a medium-sized model so she wants her clothing to be “body positive. Plus, 10 percent of the proceeds go to the Movemeant Foundation. That’s an organization that teaches girls how they can gain confidence through fitness.
The Camille Kostek line features 34 pieces. No piece sells for more than $125.