She looks amazing! I love her dress!
She looks amazing! I love her dress!
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are making tons of money as the faces of fashion and beauty campaigns. It was reported last year that Louis Vuitton paid Angelina Jolie millions to be the face of their “Core Values” campaign. Among other contracts, she is one busy woman! Now we learn that her fiance, Brad Pitt, is also getting into the beauty biz.
E! News reports that Brad has been named the face of Chanel No. 5, which is a woman’s perfume!
Yes, it’s a scent for a woman, but if ever there was a man pretty enough to render that particular point moot, it’s Brad Pitt.
Proving yet again that his musky appeal knows no bounds, E! News has exclusively learned that Angelina Jolie’s better half has signed on as the new face of Chanel’s signature No. 5 scent.
Reps for neither Pitt nor the perfume house have commented on the new partnership, but a source tells E! News that the actor will be shooting his firstperfume ad in London sometime this week (the superstar family has set up their most recent homestead in the UK).
And for his endorsement troubles, Pitt will be bringing home some serious bacon for the Jolie-Pitt clan, with his paycheck for the spot somewhere in the seven-figures. The Chanel No. 5 ad will be released overseas sometime later this year. Makes scents to us.
All I have to say is – let’s see the ads!
Scarlett Johansson wore a fairy-tale(ish) special Dolce & Gabbana gown. Marion Cotillard wore a dress by Dior. Kristen Stewart is making a lot of “worst dressed” lists with her Balenciaga dress. (Hate to agree, but it is ugly).
Gwyneth Paltrow wore a mullet-style Prada dress (man, Prada was the designer of the night!). Kristen Wiig wore an orange Stella McCartney dress. Jessica Chastain is also showing up on a lost of “worst dressed” lists. She wore Louis Vuitton. Dakota Fanning wore a lavender gown by Louis Vuitton. Camille Belle wore a metallic beaded Ralph Lauren gown. Lana Del Rey wore a Joseph Altuzarra dress. Amber Heard wore a rose colored Zac Posen dress.
Jennifer Love Hewitt stepped into a tight Herve Leger dress while on the set of ‘The Client List’ yesterday.
Jennifer turned 33 yesterday, and she tweeted to her followers: “Thanks for all the birthday wishes!!! Have a great day everybody!”
What did Jen get for her birthday?
“My mom just got me a new Louis Vuitton handbag and wallet! my birthdays not even till tomm! Love u mom!”
The actress is busy working on Lifetime’s TV-movie-turned-drama-series The Client List.
Amanda Seyfried face flashes some serious stare on the February cover of W Korea.
In this new shoot from David Slijper, Amanda, who’s playing porn star Linda Lovelace in an upcoming film, looks great in one of those ethereal Louis Vuitton spring 2012 dresses.
She is so pretty!
Here is the very first look at Angelina Jolie’s Louis Vuitton ad campaign! Several months ago it was announced that the Oscar winner had signed a $10 million contract with Vuitton.
Shortly after signing, Angelina flew to Cambodia where photographer Annie Leibovitz shot the campaign.
WWD was the first to get their hands on the new ad, and here’s part of the interview that went along:
She’s barefoot, wearing her own clothes, no makeup and toting her own elegantly weathered monogrammed Alto bag. Yet Angelina Jolie looks radiant and completely in her element, reclining on a wooden boat in a verdant, lakeside landscape in Cambodia’s Siem Reap province. Jolie discovered the country in 2000 when she filmed “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” and it sparked her humanitarian activism.
She’s the latest celebrity to pose for Louis Vuitton’s popular “Core Values” campaign — and surely the only one who brought four children to the photo shoot, some of whom had to be shooed out of Annie Leibovitz’s frame.
“People are not used to seeing Angelina in this situation,” said Pietro Beccari, Vuitton’s executive vice president, unveiling the image exclusively to WWD. “I like the fact that it’s a real moment. This travel message we give through personal journeys is a fundamental one for the brand.”
The ad is slated to break in the International Herald Tribune on Wednesday, followed by a range of news, general interest and lifestyle publications, including Vanity Fair.
Beccari declined to disclose budgets for the media buy, or comment on reports Vuitton paid the American actress millions for the shoot. He would only say Jolie donated an undisclosed portion of her fees to a charity.
The campaign is expected to run for at least 18 months alongside a few other recent “core values” personalities, including Bono and Sean Connery. Vuitton introduced the advertising concept in 2007 as a way to trumpet its travel roots and showcase its perennial monogrammed leather goods as a balance to its fashion-driven marketing — and to reach a broader audience. Other personalities who have posed for Vuitton include Mikhail Gorbachev, Keith Richards and Catherine Deneuve.
Also on Wednesday, Vuitton plans to post a teaser on its Web site, louisvuittonjourneys.com/cambodia, foreshadowing an interview with Jolie that will be posted later in the month. In it, she is expected to discuss how her visit to Cambodia was a life-changing experience, awakening her to the plight of Third World countries. She adopted her eldest son, Maddox, from Cambodia and she and husband Brad Pitt established the Maddox Jolie-Pitt Foundation, which is active in community development and conservation in the country.
“This campaign is about a very special person and a very special journey,” Beccari said.
And a storied handbag. Beccari showed off several paparazzi shots of Jolie toting the Alto carryall, which is believed to be at least six years old. The style is no longer in production, but “we are considering to re-edit it,” Beccari noted.
I think Angelina looks stunning. It’s a beautiful ad!