Emma Stone says the Revlon public awareness shoot with her mother was "wonderful and special".
The Hollywood actress was named an ambassador for the beauty giant last summer and has since worked on a range of projects with the brand.
Emma recently stepped in front of the lens with her mother for Revlon's first public service campaign Your Lips Can Save Lives, which emphasises the importance of talking to loved ones about cancer.
Emma and her mother - who is a cancer survivor - were photographed by esteemed fashion photographer Steven Klein for the black-and-white portrait.
"It was so wonderful and special," she gushed to USA Today about the intimate image, which shows Emma wrapped in her mom's arms.
Emma's mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008. The 23-year-old star says the photoshoot was poignant for the pair.
"She still has surgeries to go, and that time period is always kind of present still. So doing that [photoshoot] was just - she's here. We're here together as mother and daughter. It was hugely emotional, and I think everyone on set knew that and was hugely supportive of that."
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