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Marion Cotillard lends her beauty to the Lady Dior campaign.

The French actress was captured by Jean-Baptiste Mondino with the iconic bag, wearing delicately feminine creations from the Pre-Fall 2014 collection.

Effortlessly gliding through the air, the Lady Dior on her arm – in fuchsia leather, brown crocodile or covered in a floral and graphic print – is an extension of who she is: timelessly elegant.

Credit: Courtesy of Dior

Today, Chanel debuts the third chapter in the advertising campaign for world’s number one selling fragrance: Coco Mademoiselle.

Oscar-nominated actress Keira Knightley takes up the role as Coco Mademoiselle with the same rebellious grace she’s embodied since she became the fragrance’s face in 2007.

Under the guidance of one of her favorite directors, Joe Wright, Knightley embarks on a cinematic adventure in a film inspired by the irresistibly modern scent, which explores a new chapter in the life of this sexy, mischievous and free woman.

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Credit: Courtesy of Chanel

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The new ad campaign featuring Jennifer Lawrence for Dior was released today, hot on the heels of the announcement that the star has just extended her contract for an additional three years.

Jennifer looks completely stunning and chic in her third campaign shot by Patrick Demarchelier, which shows the short-haired actress cradling the Miss Dior bag, with other close-up shots focusing on her beauty and her tousled windswept hair.

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The print campaign is set to be released in Marie Claire UK, followed by the April issue of Vanity Fair. There is also a video connected to this campaign which will also be released on Dior.com on March 2.

“Now I get the haute couture thing”, JLaw says with her typical mischievous smile, looking directly into the camera; “It’s a big deal” – no doubt in reference to her “It’s Dior Haute Couture… whatever that means” comment during awards season last year.

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L’Oreal Paris is rolling out their new Volume Filler range for fine, thin hair ad campaign which features their latest ambassador Blake Lively.

In the ad, which waxes lyrical about how the shampoo range, made with Filloxane, increases the diameter of your hair, Blake wears a sexy black keyhole dress and her wedding ring.

The ad ends with the famous line, ‘You’re Worth It”.

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Kate Moss was the first to wear a piece from Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2014 collection, so maybe that was the indicator that she would front their Spring 2014 ad campaign – surprisingly, the first time the model has ever fronted a campaign for the British brand.

Sporting bright-yellow pixie-cropped hair, the 40-year-old model, who is celebrating 25 years in the business, was captured by photographer Steven Klein for the futuristic campaign, which was inspired by the 1960 cult thriller ‘Peeping Tom’.

Wearing a selection of pieces including a gladiator-esque alligator bra and pleated gym skirt, each image featured a voodoo-doll-like mini me.

Kate also stars in a nearly-five-minutes-long video to accompany the brand’s Spring 2014 ad campaign, which tells the chilling tale of a girl being stalked by a sniper on the city streets.

Credit: Courtesy of Alexander McQueen




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