'My Week with Marilyn' actress Michelle Williams stars in Louis Vuitton's campaign for its new handbags, the W and the Capucines.
Michelle Williams is set to be the face of Louis Vuitton's new handbag range.
The 'My Week with Marilyn' actress will appear in the fashion house's advertising campaign for two new luxury bags, the W and the Capucines, according to WWD.
In the images, the stunning blonde can be seen sporting dark black garments from Louis Vuitton's fall clothing line designed by Marc Jacobs, as well as dark, gothic make-up - including deep red lipstick - while her famous cropped hair appears dishevelled.
The campaign - which sees Michelle leaning over the gorgeous bags - will first grace the pages of Marie Claire France in August and will then be seen across an array of magazines around the world through September and October.
The W handbag is described as a blend of monogram canvas and multicoloured leather, while the Capucines tote bag exemplifies Louis Vuitton's expert craftsmanship with leather.
The 32-year-old beauty previously made her fashion campaign debut in 2012 for fledgling brand Band of Outsiders.
Michelle appeared in a series of Polaroid-inspired snaps for the label, which were shot by lead designer Scott Sterberg.
Other stars who have appeared in campaigns for Band of Outsiders include Kirsten Dunst and Zooey Deschanel.
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