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Saturday 28 May 2016

Diane Kruger’s Chanel beauty shoot unveiled

Published 02/07/2013

Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger's Chanel cosmetics campaign images have been revealed.

The actress was announced as the new ambassador for the luxury label's skincare line in April.

In a first look at the advertisement, the German star looks bronzed and natural as she poses against a faded beach backdrop.

The blonde has been casually styled, with her hair loosely tousled and swept back away from her face.

Diane exposes one shoulder in the promo picture and is wrapped in a neutral-coloured shawl.

The products Diane fronts are the brand’s Resynchronizing Collection, which features the Le Jour de Chanel, La Nuit de Chanel and Le Weekend de Chanel creams.

These are all made to reenergise the skin, which is shown by Diane's smooth and bright complexion.

In the statement released about the signing, Chanel explained that Diane's beauty and elegance made her perfect for this campaign.

"Attracted by her sophistication and artistic spirit, the House of Chanel chose her for its Allure fragrance advertising campaign, then again for the Paris-Biarritz handbag advertising campaign, shot by Karl Lagerfeld," the statement explained. "Now an ambassadress for Chanel, Diane Kruger will be the face of a new skincare advertising campaign, due to be unveiled in 2013.”

Chanel frontman Karl Lagerfeld has also been working on a new project featuring more of his favourite celebrities.

Karl is set to make a mini movie documenting the period in the mid-Fifties when Gabrielle Chanel hit America.

British-American actress Geraldine Chaplin is to portray the legendary designer with a host of famous faces including Rupert Everett joining the cast.

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