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Elle Fanning shines in Tiffany & Co. Christmas campaign

Published 05/10/2016

Elle Fanning
Elle Fanning

Elle Fanning dances around in stunning jewellery for Tiffany & Co.'s latest advertisement.

Elle Fanning has been tapped as the face of Tiffany & Co.'s 2016 holiday campaign.

The 18-year-old actress was named as one of the new faces of the American fine jewellery brand in July (16) and fronts its digital holiday commercial, titled Make the World Sparkle.

In the black and white video, set in wintery New York City, the Maleficent star is seen decked out in diamond rings, necklaces and bracelets from Tiffany's Soleste, Victoria and Tiffany T collections while spinning around and pulling extravagant poses.

As the tempo of the song in the background picks up, Elle jumps around laughing, with the clip ending with one of the brand’s distinct robin blue egg-coloured boxes landing in her hand.

Elle and fellow actress Lupita Nyong’o featuring in Tiffany’s first ever celebrity advertisements earlier this year (16) having been picked by creative partner Grace Coddington, whose role at the jewellery firm marks her first major project since leaving U.S. Vogue.

Elle and Lupita were joined by models Christy Turlington and Natalie Westling in the Legendary Style ads, with each woman posing for portraits by photographer David Sims in front of a backdrop of the brand’s signature blue shade. The blonde actress wore a gorgeous sparkling necklace for the shot and shared her excitement at the role shortly after the snaps were unveiled.

"Proud to share my @tiffanyandco collaboration for the #legendarystyle campaign with creative partner @therealgracecoddington,” she wrote on Instagram at the time.

Her ladylike attire in her Tiffany ads is certainly a far cry from her recent photoshoot for Schön! magazine, which saw her pose in a series of retro-inspired outfits such as a striped jumpsuit.

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