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Emilia Clarke for Dior

Published 04/11/2015

Emilia Clarke
Emilia Clarke

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke has joined the Dior family.

Actress Emilia Clarke is the new face of Dior's fine jewellery collection.

The Game of Thrones star has been tapped by the iconic label to front its Rose des Vents range, full of exquisite trinkets such as diamond earrings, a bracelet and necklaces. It marks Emilia's first job for a luxury brand and she certainly appears a natural in the pictures.

She was shot by famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier, who has captured the brunette beauty's elegance to perfection. In one photo Emilia sports barely-there make-up in a white shirt, wearing necklaces in yellow and rose gold with diamonds, white mother-of-pearl and pink opal. Another picture is slightly racier, showing her in a black blazer with no top on underneath, with rings shining on her fingers and drop earrings. One shot is a lot more casual than the rest, with Emilia in a black turtleneck top with red lipstick and draped in lapis lazuli and turquoise necklaces.

The range had its international launch in June (15) and Emilia joins big names such as Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, Natalie Portman and Robert Pattinson with her role.

Emilia has long been a fan of Dior and sat front row at its Spring/Summer 16 show in Paris in October (15). She's made her love of dolling up no secret, previously telling Vogue UK that she's a fan of "all things girly".

"I will often fall in love with a dress on the catwalk - I love Chanel, Prada and Alberta Ferretti especially - and then I have to give myself a good talking to," she told the publication. "Hmm, if you cut it in half, it might not look so great!"

Emilia's acting career is also full steam ahead as she continues to portray Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones and has movies Voice from the Stone and Me Before You set to hit cinemas in the near future.

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