DALLAS, Oct 21, 2009 / FW/ — You’ll be seeing more of actress Eva Longoria Parker and her husband, NBA San Antonio Spurs champion starting point guard, Tony Parker. The couple will appear in the London Fog holiday marketing campaign.
The multi-media marketing campaign, which debut in December issues of fashion and lifestyle magazines such as Elle, Marie Claire and Gotham, outdoor billboards and online marks first fashion campaign the couple appears in together.
Eva Longoria Parker, stated, “It was fun to work together. London Fog is always classy and beautiful and we knew we were in good hands for the campaign. The coats and bags were gorgeous; I am a huge fan of trench coats and all the London Fog trenches were amazing.”
The Parkers were chosen for the London Fog campaign because they epitomize the modern, romantic and aspirational London Fog lifestyle. The beautiful, iconic shots feature the couple embracing, caressing and laughing as they pose in London Fog outerwear and accessories.
And this being the season of movie premieres, the highly anticipated biopic “Amelia” premiered in New York last night. Hilary Swank who plays the lead role of Amelia Earhart wore a Vionnet petrol green jersey dress for the occasion.
A look at the life of legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart, who disappeared while flying over the Pacific Ocean in 1937 in an attempt to make a flight around the world, “Amelia” is set to be released on theaters on October 23, 2009
In London, Carey Mulligan attended the premiere of her latest movie, “An Education” wearing a Bordeaux light crepe jersey dress, gold-plated floral brooch and nude-colored shoes, all by Vionnet.
A coming of age film, Carey Mulligan plays the role of Jenny in “An Education”. A bright young girl on the cusp of her 17th birthday, Jenny finds herself in a whirlwind romance with a much older David (Peter Sarsgaard).
Prior to meeting David, Jenny was trying to excel in her life by going to a prep school to get into Oxford. Once she sees the lifestyle David can provide, one she never imagined might so easily be hers, she is hooked and thoughts of Oxford go out the window.
Then, when things are looking pretty good for Jenny with the dashing (yet a little too smooth) David, the truth hits her like a ton of bricks. Jenny goes from being a bright eyed school girl to a sophisticated young lady and then all the way back to questioning if she really knows who she is at all.
An Education won the Audience Choice award and the Cinematography award at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Directed by Lone Scherfig and based upon popular English author Nick Hornby’s extraordinary script.