Cher Is The Face Of Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2015 Ad Campaign
Cher is the new face of Marc Jacob’s Fall 2015 Ad Campaign. How cool is that? Do you like Cher?
Forget about Kim Kardashian and how she ‘broke’ the internet, because this is the thing that justifies breaking the internet for. Why?
Because it is pretty awesome that Cher, with her 20 something face, poses for Marc Jacobs in an evening dress, so the new it’s practically placental.
The stylish 69-years-old celebrity has been asked by Marc Jacob to star in the Fall 2015 Ad Campaign.
The American singer and actress is the perfect choice when it comes to finding the celebrity to better represent the brand.
She gladly accepted to play the role of a supermodel and pose for photographer David Sims. For her latest endeavor she poses in an all-black outfit comprising of a short buttoned jacket, crystal studded pleated gown.
She has let her signature dark locks fall gracefully over her shoulders and covered her delicate hands in leather riding gloves and looks like she is all set to play the right moves for the ad.
The American fashion designer officially announced the new face for his brand, “The amazing and beautiful CHER! Photographed by David Sims for our Fall/Winter campaign.. This is just the beginning…. More to come!!”
“Fashion must be the most intoxicating release from the banality of the world,” stated Diana Vreeland – the outre former editor-in-chief of American Vogue who, incidentally, “discovered” Cher and kick-started a modeling career in the 1960s.
Jacobs based his collection on Vreeland, so Cher fits the bill perfectly. Even if she’s about five decades too late.
Despite appearances to the contrary, Cher’s Marc Jacobs’ campaign isn’t about age. Nor is it, really, about advertising the dress, or even selling it.
If you’re a woman who buys such things, you’d already have clocked it on the catwalk. Regardless, even if you did, Cher’s dress won’t be in stores for a few more months.
The point of Cher isn’t to sell, but to share: Cher got shared a few million times. You can’t buy that kind of exposure.
Apparently, Cher is just the first of a slew of “faces” in Jacobs’ winter campaign – the designer is revealing them week by week on his personal Instagram @themarcjacobs, to ram the social-media message of the whole thing home.
What do you think of the campaign?