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Alicia Vikander rocks beach glam in Louis Vuitton ads

Published 14/10/2016

Alicia Vikander
Alicia Vikander

Alicia Vikander stuns in a range of monochrome outfits for the latest Louis Vuitton adverts.

Alicia Vikander's new Louis Vuitton Cruise campaign has dropped.

The Swedish actress was shot by photographer Patrick Demarchelier in Brazil’s vibrant city Rio de Janeiro, showing off holiday worthy clothes and bags.

Posing on a deserted beach, Alicia stuns in a variety of monochrome outfits, including a black and white top teamed with a belted short skirt. Posing between palm trees, Alicia gazes at the camera with an embroidered Twist bag from the fashion house draped over her shoulder.

In another image, the 28-year-old is captured on the beach’s shoreline in a white crop top and high-waisted shorts combo, with an orange and blue version of the Twist, complete with the LV twistable emblem.

Other shots see the Ex Machina star at Rio De Janeiro’s Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum holding a Capucine bag, wearing another stomach grazing white two-piece.

She was confirmed as the new face of the luxury label in 2015, and has remained loyal to Louis Vuitton ever since. Throughout the 2016 awards season, which saw Alicia pick up her first Oscar for The Danish Girl, Alicia stuck to a wardrobe designer by the French luxury brand.

When it comes to red carpet dressing, Alicia never puts a fashion foot wrong and has admitted that her outfit choices are all her own.

"I work with a woman called Victoria but, and she's my dear friend and she inspires me a lot, but then when it actually comes down to what I'm wearing it's my own decision," she previously told Entertainment Tonight.

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