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Monday 31 August 2015

McConaughey joins Johansson in new campaign

Published 29/04/2013

Matthew McConaughey
Matthew McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey is the image of sophistication and style dressed in a classic black suit for Dolce and Gabbana’s latest fragrance campaign.

The actor cuts a dapper figure in his campaign for the Italian fashion giants, wearing a sharp and stylish black suit with crisp white shirt.

The Mud star revealed the first pictures from the shoot on his Twitter account, where he posted black and white snaps of a classic vintage car.

"Shooting my new fragrance ad..." Matthew wrote on Twitter along with his picture from the set.

The Hollywood pin-up is joined by blonde beauty Scarlett in other images from the shoot.

Both have previously starred in fragrance campaigns for the designer label's perfume range, The One, but this will be the first time they appear together.

Scarlett is seen posing with Matthew on Malibu Beach in California, which was the back drop for the shoot. She is seen wearing a black lace dress and with her hair pinned in a glamorous up-do.

The design duo Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have spoken before about why Matthew is the perfect face for their scent.

In 2010 they explained that the actor's well-groomed look evokes the spirit of their fragrance.

"He is worldly, successful, impeccable but he also boasts something else such as an innate elegance that distinguishes him from the rest. Men would love to be him, women to be his..." they hinted.

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