Kirsten Dunst for Bulgari Jasmin Noir Fragrance Campaign

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Kirsten Dunst fronts the campaign for Bulgari’s Jasmin Noir Fragrance. Lensed by Mert & Marcus, the American actress appears as elegant as ever with makeup by Frank Reps’ Yumi Mori.

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  • http://twitter.com/POPHORROR Edward Wong

    I really enjoy looking at Bvlgari’s campaigns, they’re so surreal as if it’s a painting.

  • http://www.style-abuse.blogspot.com Marcia Wong

    I agree with above. Bulgari campaigns are beautiful.

    http://www.style-abuse.blogspot.com

  • http://www.style-abuse.blogspot.com Marcia Wong

    I agree with above. Bulgari campaigns are beautiful.

    http://www.style-abuse.blogspot.com

  • http://www.style-abuse.blogspot.com Marcia Wong

    I agree with above. Bulgari campaigns are beautiful.

    http://www.style-abuse.blogspot.com

  • http://robotsinmasquerade.blogspot.com Ioann

    Kirsten really looks incredible here, but the lines of her body look very strange.

  • 123

    they could tone down on the overstyling of jewelry. it seems too busy for something light and airy like this campaign.

  • 123

    they could tone down on the overstyling of jewelry. it seems too busy for something light and airy like this campaign.

  • 123

    they could tone down on the overstyling of jewelry. it seems too busy for something light and airy like this campaign.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t think this is Kirsten Dunst… More like a CGI version of her? There are no bones or expression lines in her face!

    • Eline

      SO TRUE! she has been retouched into an old lady trying to look like a young girl!

    • Eline

      SO TRUE! she has been retouched into an old lady trying to look like a young girl!

  • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

    BRING BACK THE MODELS!

    i’m so sick of celebrities doing model’s jobs

    http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/

    • Anonymous

      If you look at the latest campaigns for clothes, makeup and fragrance, MAJORITY are models. As far as this campaign is concerned, she looks way too photoshopped in my opinion.

      • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

        in the past decade, there has been a huge shift toward using celebrities where models would have been used

        • Anonymous

          Thats very true, especially pertaining to American fashion industry. I dont remember last time model was featured on any cover, but the shift from celebrity to model in ads seems to be increasing, and we can only hope to see that in American fashion as well.

          • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

            i agree…there’s something so much more glamorous about models selling clothes, makeup, perfume etc.

          • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

            i agree…there’s something so much more glamorous about models selling clothes, makeup, perfume etc.

          • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

            i agree…there’s something so much more glamorous about models selling clothes, makeup, perfume etc.

          • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

            i agree…there’s something so much more glamorous about models selling clothes, makeup, perfume etc.

  • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

    BRING BACK THE MODELS!

    i’m so sick of celebrities doing model’s jobs

    http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/