Scarlett Johansson for Dolce & Gabbana
Scarlett Johansson for Dolce & Gabbana

LONDON, Aug 3, 2009 / FW/ — Click, applause, click, fans calling her name… Scarlett Johansson arrived at Selfridges in London on Friday 31st July at 12:45 PM to celebrate Dolce&Gabbana The Make Up, which was also its debut.

Inspired by the modern Marilyn Monroe and the essence of the Dolce&Gabbana woman – glamorous and sensual, always with a confident and provocative edge, Dolce&Gabbana The Make Up had chosen a very unconventional yet very luxurious campaing that breaks the rules of make-up traditional communicat9ion by introducing the entire body of the woman!

Stirred by the dreamy Mediterranean coasts and the treasured screen sirens that have defined Hollywood glamour, the campaign is formidably fresh. With Scarlett as the modern Marilyn, with the famous heart-shaped red lips and red nail polish, Dolce&Gabbana The Make Up is extraordinarily striking and unforgettable.

American actress Scarlett Johansson captures the desirability of Dolce&Gabbana’s first cosmetics collection, The Make Up. She symbolizes the essence of the modern chameleon, the perfection of a natural beauty as well as the provocative woman, the desire to express the range of her personality from seductress to innocent, all of which is at the heart of the collection.


In the photo:

For LUSTFUL LIPS Scarlett wears
Smooth Eye Colour Duo and Quad Stromboli, Elegance, Volumized Lashes Black, Classic Cream Lipstick Devil, Precision Lipliner Ruby, Intense Nail Lacquer Red.

For PROVOCATIVE EYES Scarlett wears
Smooth Eye Colour Duo and Quad Stromboli, Mediterraneo, Crayon Intense Stromboli, Volumized Lashes Black, Classic Cream Lipstick Nude, Intense Nail Lacquer Pink.

For SENSUALLY NATURAL Scarlett wears
Perfect Finish Powder Foundation Wet or Dry Creamy, Luminous Cheek Colour Nude, Peach, Smooth Eye Colour Duo and Quad Gold, Nude Ultra-Shine Lipgloss Candy.

Selfridges, London is the premiere location where the debut cosmetic collection will be available and showcased exclusively in a space that tells the story of the collection’s creation.