Winona Broods for Rag & Bone, Kit Smolders for Jimmy Choo and Gisele Buzzes It All Off for Balenciaga: Three Celeb Ad Campaigns to See
Courtesy Rag & Bone
We’ve been promising you that the ’90s are making a resurgence, and if you’ve been skeptical up until now, this should convince you. Winona Ryder has just landed a major ad campaign, for Rag & Bone — and since she hasn’t aged a day since 1989, we’d believe you if you told us this ad was time traveling from the mid-’90s.
“To us, Winona Ryder is a bona fide icon,” Rag & Bone managing partner Marcus Wainwright said in a statement. “One of the things that makes her so cool is that. .. she isn’t interested in being a movie star. She also has this beautiful, timeless quality.” Wearing a pinstripe blazer and shaggy bangs, Ryder showed off her signature pixie smolder for photographer Glen Luchford in Coney Island, N.Y., and inadvertently made us want to reach for a velvet tank and brown lipstick at the same time.
Feeling a distinct lack of Jon Snow in your life now that Game of Thrones has wound down? Jimmy Choo is here for you. They’ve just released the first ads from Kit Harington’s men’s campaign and the the long-haired hunk is a natural in front of the camera. “[Kit] has an overtly masculine style that feels effortlessly cool, and a great sense of humor, and beneath that intensity he is a true gentleman,” says Jimmy Choo creative director Sandra Choi in a statement. So it appears Jon Snow knows something — about modeling, anyway.
And finally, the buzz heard round the world: Gisele Bündchen‘s shorn locks for her new Balenciaga campaign. The actress’s cut made waves when the fashion house posted the Steven Klein-shot ads on their Instagram, but never fear: It appears to be just a little Hollywood magic, since she just stepped out with her famously full locks on Monday. (And we’re guessing her many other employers — including Chanel, Stuart Weitzman and H&M — wouldn’t have been thrilled to see Bündchen sporting a super-short cut.)
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