Tuesday, 27 October 2015

The New Lady Dior Campaign

Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard, playing the role of Lady Macbeth in the Justin Kurzel film Macbeth which comes out in France on November 18, is the face of the new Lady Dior bag in the latest ad campaign by photographer duo Mert & Marcus.

For this new Lady Dior advertising campaign, photographer duo Mert & Marcus, renowned for their collaborations with Vanity Fair and Vogue Paris, capture Marion Cotillard in the intimate atmosphere of a bedroom, for a series of photos, as well as a behind the scenes video that you can discover later today. House muse since 2008, the Oscar-winning actress, sublime in a black dress with geometric décolleté from the cruise 2016 collection presented last May at Palais de Bulles, lounges in bed while surrounded by floral blooms and satin sheets. The 40-year-old French star poses in a body-hugging black dress alongside the Lady Dior bag decorated with a silver emblem. Finishing the look, Marion wears a smokey eyeshadow look and retro-inspired curls, unveils the new models of Lady Dior in turn. The emblematic House accessory comes in crimson red as well as a new-era metallic cannage.

Enjoy the 'Lady DIOR' campaign video at the end of this post! LoL, Andrea

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