Uma Thurman's New Role: The Face of Parfums Givenchy's New Fragrance

04/13/2009 at 10:56 AM ET

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Liv Tyler isn’t the only Hollywood beauty representing Parfums Givenchy — Uma Thurman is the beauty brand’s newest celebrity model. Reps for Givenchy confirm to PEOPLE.com that, while Liv will continue her role as the face of the brand, they will be adding Uma in her own distinct campaign for a new scent. Uma, they tell us, will be “the face of a new women’s fragrance that is slated to launch in Europe this fall, with a possible launch in the U.S. in 2010.” Since details on the new fragrance and Uma’s part in the campaign are still in the works, check back for more details as the deal is finalized over the next few months. Tell us: What do you think of Givenchy’s choice of Uma?

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Amanda on

I love the purple top that Carrie Underwood is wearing on the cover of People Stylewatch Magazine April 2009. Where is it from?

Drazelda on

Uma is great and beautiful at whatever she does. i see a sunshine, citrus scent coming from the glow and sunshine color that Uma portrays. I don’t see Givenchy making a heavy oriental scent and having a golden, light and airy girl representing the frangrance. Go citrus and lively for Uma.

Givenchy Rep on

I think it is important to note that Uma is the face of a new fragrance only, and NOT the new face of the brand. Liv Tyler remains the face of Parfums Givenchy.

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