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Monday 22 September 2014

Jennifer Garner chic in LBD

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner kept things simple in black as she wowed at a Max Mara dinner in New York City on Thursday evening.

The 41-year-old actress was recently named the face of Max Mara's new handbag line, and celebrated yesterday evening in New York City.

Jennifer sported a flattering black satin cocktail dress, which boasted an asymmetric strapless neckline.

The brunette beauty teamed the fabulous frock with matching black peep toe sandals and a clutch bag.

The star chose to keep things simple with her beauty look as she attended the dinner bash held at Bill's 54 on Thursday.

Jennifer's shoulder-length brunette locks were worn straight and sleek, while her make-up was kept natural with nude lips and subtly-lined eyes.

Max Mara's chairman Luigi Maramotti recently gushed about the label's collaboration with the star.

“Jennifer Garner is a real woman, not a cover girl, not a starlet, and she has different interests, a family and values,” he told WWD about why Jennifer was the perfect choice.

“She is a real woman and embodies the Max Mara woman, she perfectly reflects our image.”

The mother-of-three also revealed she is thrilled with her new appointment.

“Max Mara is perfect for my lifestyle. The brand possesses a classic, timeless elegance and a quality of craftsmanship that is luxe and yet so easy to wear. And the cashmere coat is delicious," she said.

In the campaign shot, Jennifer is seen wearing a camel-coloured coat and nude heels as she lies on the floor. In front of her is a brown leather bag.

The shots will break in magazines such as Vogue and Elle in September.

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