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Monday 30 May 2016

Milla Jovovich in Sisley shoot

Published 18/01/2013

Milla Jovovich
Milla Jovovich

Milla Jovovich's campaign for Sisley's Spring/Summer 13 collection has been unveiled.

The model-and-actress stars alongside male model Tyson Ballou in the newly-released images.

French fashion brand Sisley has hailed Milla as an icon of beauty and independence and so the perfect choice for the campaign.

"She is a model, actress and rock star. He is one of the most captivating and well-known models in the world," a statement on the company's website reads.

"Icons of beauty and independence - ladies and gentlemen, please meet Milla Jovovich and Tyson Ballou, the new faces of Sisley's spring/summer 2013 collection."

The images depict Milla as an elegant woman who has spent her life living in luxury hotels, and so dresses appropriately for all circumstances.

The campaign is cinematic and was shot by photographers Sean and Seng.

Milla wears a selection of the label's jewel-toned looks, such as jumpers, pleated dresses and casual separates. She also dons chic and luxurious cocktail dresses and an array of items made from translucent silk as well as a stunning red suit.

To tie in with the Sisley collection launch, Milla, 37, also graces the cover of Vogue Paris' February edition which celebrates older women.

Milla poses against the backdrop of the New York City skyline and looks suitably self assured in an outfit from Hedi Slimane's Saint Laurent Paris collection.

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