Drew Barrymore for Neiman Marcus “Art of Fashion” Campaign by Norman Jean Roy

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Published September 9, 2011

The Art of Fashion – American actress Drew Barrymore’s classic Hollywood roots and modern sensibility shine for Neiman Marcus’ new Art of Fashion Campaign. In high glamour images by Norman Jean Roy, Drew works looks from top designers, capturing the essence of the retailer’s fall collections. With classically waved tresses and seductive lips, Drew dons looks from Gucci, Prada, Emilio Pucci, Tom Ford, Akris, Carolina Herrera, DKNY, Valentino and Giorgio Armani.









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