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The award-winning actress is featured again in the luxury brand’s latest advertising campaign.
American actress Michelle Williams has returned for a new campaign with French luxury brand Louis Vuitton, showing off its latest bags and luggage.
In the new advertisements, 33-year-old Williams shows off the Lockit, Capucines, and Alma bags, all representing (like the actress herself) “three different facets of femininity”, according to the brand.
The Lockit is a reinterpretation of a 1950s design, with Williams posing as a classic ‘Parisienne’, in a series of nonchalant looks. The ladylike Capucines gets a more serious treatment, while the Alma’s colorful mix of Epi leathers are showcased with the actress goofing around on a pile of Vuitton trunks.
Once again shot by famed fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh and styled by the legendary Carine Roitfeld, Louis Vuitton has certainly pulled out all the stops. Hair duties were taken care of by Sam McKnight and makeup by Stephane Marais.
One of the stars of the Oscar-winning Brokeback Mountain, Williams last fall finished filming a big screen adaptation of Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky. — AFP Relaxnews
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