It's all about ad campaigns right now as top designers reveal the faces of their Spring line. Today the much rumoured Madonna for Louis Vuitton ad campaign has been revealed with the singer showing off her toned physique in fishnet tights and an orange version of the 'grass dress' she wore to a recent UNICEF party. Marc Jacobs explained his reasons for choosing Madonna after seeing her tour in Paris.
To find out what Jacobs had to say and to see the ad campaign just read more.
"I just blurted out, ‘I think we should do Madonna'. I was totally just blown away by it, and moved by her performance, by what she had to say, and her energy." She quickly agreed and the campaign was shot by Steven Meisel, which marks the end of a six year collaboration with Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Jacobs concluded, "I still feel it looks like beautiful, gorgeous Madonna. Excepting the references and excepting the clichés, this still feels very today. And it didn’t feel so much like a fashion shoot, it feels like portraits."
These images will appear "very strongly" in magazines for their February or March issues. Do you think that Madonna is a good face for the design house?