Katie Holmes Smolders for the H. Stern "Iris" Collection Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth


Published March 14, 2013

Iris Sands – Actress Katie Holmes fronts the new campaign from jewelry maker H. Stern’s new “Iris” collection. Tom Munro photographs the “Batman Begins” star in a New York studio where tanks of sand and liters of water were used to reproduce a real beach coast. The “Iris” collection was inspired by Greek mythology and imagery of the sea.

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5 thoughts on “Katie Holmes Smolders for the H. Stern "Iris" Collection Campaign”

  1. It’s true that this image is greatly enhanced by the way it was shot and post production, but what images going to print are not?

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