EXCLUSIVE: Even More Katie Holmes for Miu Miu!

01/15/2009 at 02:39 PM ET

Courtesy Miu Miu

Yesterday, we showed you one of Katie Holmes‘s striking ads for Miu Miu, and today we have another image from the Spring 2009 campaign exclusively for PEOPLE.com readers. The star shows her flair for the dramatic, put to excellent use in her recently-lauded Broadway turn, putting her outstretched hand to a flame. We can’t wait to see the full ad campaign after seeing those two gorgeous images!

Missed seeing Katie’s other ad? Click here!

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BellaBlue on

It seems to me that Tom Cruise is out there to find these tall women with some potential to be more and marries them to market them and boost their careers. That is what seems to be the case here. Same with Nicole Kidman. After he is finished with his venture he dumps them like hot potatoes and moves on to the next one so he can do the same. I wonder who will be next? But, please, Tom, no more jumping on Oprah’s sofa. Jump out of an airplane or something more civilized like that!

revere on

This woman not only has an image and pr problem but from scruffy looking walks around nyc with daughter Suri who looked tired majority of the time accommodating her mother’s loose schedule with unseemly haggard look accompanying her looking busy look, seemed to me that this ad managed to have lost its translation somewhere. What’s become of this crazy woman. Her choices of stints have been a far cry from a celebrity starus. Tom should start rethinking about her too.

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A on

Well said Anna.

claire bear on

could it get any more stupid, it looks like a scene from an old sci-fi movie

Rosie on

Is she wearing a folded-up trashbag?
That’s what it looks like.

Marie on

What we have here are marketing geniuses. Take all you people who love Katie…they have captured your attention. Take all you people who hate Katie….they have captured your attention. Now, like some of you have asked “Can somebody please tell me WTH is Miu Miu? They have captured your attention. So, for all of you Love/Haters out there, you have done exactly what they have wanted all along…they have captured your attention. GET IT…GOT IT….GOOD! Now you know what sells. Good job Katie and Victoria. You not only have made millions but so have the geniuses who have marketed you. By the way, you are not so dumb yourselves.

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kris on

Why are a lot of people bashing Katie? If you don’t like Tom, fine but don’t bash her. I view her as quiet and not shy. I don’t see her as weird because since marrying Tom Cruise. It seems a lot of people are judging Katie based on Tom Cruise actions which he has since apologized for or tried to explain. The guy is very intense and passionate but I don’t view him as weird. Katie is very pretty only as of late has she looked tired probably due to her busy schedule. Also, I see her as very elegant and classy. I may not get the Ad but I think Katie looks great. We need more positive people.. so tired of all the negativity.

gretchen on

“tend to your own lives”?? you’re on people.com, the entire purpose of it is to look at celebrities lives. hypocrite? yes.

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