Face Time: Stars Appearing in New Fashion and Beauty Campaigns (Updating)
Susan Sarandon, Armie Hammer and Kate Moss are among the new faces of designer brands.
In Face Time, The Hollywood Reporter highlights the star faces of new fashion and beauty campaigns.
Euphoria actress Hunter Schafer jumped from the controversial HBO show to Kenzo's fall/winter 2019 campaign. The shots, like postcards brought to life, inspire wanderlust with a pop aesthetic from photographer David LaChapelle, out July 8.
The luxury French footwear house worked with Susan Sarandon and AnnaSophia Robb for its fall/winter 2020 campaign, set in a New York mansion. The Thelma & Louise star plays a drama teacher opposite Robb's young actress character, revealed by Roger Vivier on June 27.
Australian denim brand Ksubi recruited Kendall Jenner as the face of its fall 2019 collection called "Sign of the Times" (coincidentally, the name of a track by her ex-beau Harry Styles). The campaign, released July 16, offers darker streetwear including jeans, jackets, sweaters and shorts (starting at $90).
To unveil its Primo ("first") suit, Brioni tapped Armie Hammer for a Hollywood campaign shot on a studio lot, where the Call Me by Your Name actor rides a yellow bike into a sound stage and is handed a script. The suits feature twill, sharkskin, stripes and other prints to capture the "effortless elegance of Roman sartorial savoir-faire," the brand announced on June 13.
Musician Kygo ("Carry On") became the newest social media ambassador (joining actor Ansel Elgort) for Polo Red of Ralph Lauren Fragrances, announced June 11. “I’m so excited to collaborate with Ralph Lauren Fragrances for Polo Red. This is a unique opportunity to combine music and scent — two powerful senses — to create something totally new," the Norwegian DJ said in a statement.
On June 6, Kate Moss took center stage in navy blue as the face of Giorgio Armani's fall/winter 2019 campaign, photographed by Mert and Marcus.
Grammy winner Dua Lipa, who sings "New Rules," joined the YSL Beauty family as the ambassador of an upcoming feminine fragrance, announced June 4. The campaign will debut in September 2019.
"I connect so much with the campaign because of its fearlessness," Dua Lipa said in a statement. "I stand for the importance of being confident, strong and powerful and of not compromising on who you are, what you do and what you believe in."