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Julia Roberts and her smile light up the new Chopard campaign


The most radiant star of the 7th art, global ambassador of the Swiss jeweler, shines in the new Chopard Loves Cinema campaign, orchestrated by director James Gray.

On the occasion of the International Day of Happiness, the love story between Chopard and Julia Roberts opens a new chapter.

After the dancing Happy Diamonds and Happy Sport campaigns by Xavier Dolan, the Swiss jeweler once again proves its love for cinema with a campaign entitled Chopard Loves Cinema, directed by James Gray and photographed by Alasdair McLellan.

In video, the making of the “Chopard Loves cinema” campaign by James Gray


A making of the campaign disclosed by Chopard reveals behind the scenes of the shooting, where the star and the director of

We Own the Night

appear very accomplices.

Between two bursts of laughter, we also see Julia Roberts indulging in knitting.

In the elegant photos of Alasdair McLellan, the eternal

Pretty Woman

appears luminous, enhanced by a pair of heart earrings.

With the same so natural relaxation that charmed the Cannes Film Festival in 2016, when she walked the steps of the famous red carpet barefoot, adorned with a necklace from Chopard's Red Carpet collection.

"With jewelry like that, I don't need shoes," the actress simply observed.

On the occasion of its Chopard Loves Cinema campaign, the Swiss house has announced that it has entrusted a new role to its ambassador for the past two years: Julia Roberts has indeed become the face of all of its jewelery and women's watch collections.

Source: lefigaro

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