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Chanel Eyewear Fall Winter 2017 Ad Campaign

Luna Bijl is photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for the campaign. (source)

Chanel Eyewear Spring Summer 2017 Ad Campaign

The model is Lottie Moss. (source)

Chanel Eyewear Fall Winter 2016 Ad Campaign

The images with Willow Smith are captured by Karl Lagerfeld. (source)

Chanel Eyewear Spring Summer 2016 Ad Campaign

Karl Lagerfeld x Cara Delevingne for Chanel Eyewear new campaign images. (source)

Chanel Pearl Eyewear Collection 2015 Ad Campaign

16 year-old daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, Lily-Rose Depp just landed the latest ad campaign slot of Chanel Eyewear. The campaign is of course photographed by Karl Lagerfeld. (source)

Chanel Eyewear Spring Summer 2015 Ad Campaign

Kristen Stewart by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel Eyewear‘s latest ad campaign. (source)

Chanel Eyewear Fall Winter 2014 Ad Campaign

Karl Lagerfeld photographed model Charlotte Free for the new campaign of Chanel Eyewear. (source)

Chanel Eyewear Fall Winter 2013 Ad Campaign

Dalianah Arekion, Ashleigh Good and Nadja Bender are fronting the latest ad campaign images of Chanel Eyewear, photographed by Karl Lagerfeld. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of Chanel Eyewear: Spring Summer 2013, Fall Winter 2012, Spring Summer 2012, Fall 2011, Summer 2011 and Fall Winter 2010.

Chanel Eyewear Spring Summer 2013 Ad Campaign

34 year old model and actress Laetitia Casta steal the attention on the black and white shots of Chanel Eyewear Spring Summer 2013 campaign that was photographed regularly by Karl Lagerfeld.

Click the links to view past campaign images of Chanel Eyewear: Fall Winter 2012, Spring Summer 2012, Fall 2011, Summer 2011 and Fall Winter 2010.

Images via TFS.

Chanel Eyewear Fall Winter 2012 Ad Campaign

Below are the quotes from WWD.

Having won the Jury Prize at last year’s Cannes Film Festival for her gritty drama “Polisse,” Maïwenn is back in the spotlight as the face of Chanel’s new eyewear campaign.

The French actress and director appears fresh-faced, with tousled long locks, in the campaign images. They were shot by Chanel’s couturier Karl Lagerfeld, and are set to break in September issues.

“I had just come back from holiday, so I was feeling great,” she told WWD, sitting in a reception lounge at the Ritz Paris. “Maybe that’s the reason it looks simple, natural and spontaneous. And I think I’m wearing hardly any makeup – just a touch of concealer. It was funny, because they had this whole army of people to get me ready, and we ended up [hardly needing them].”

Maïwenn models both the regular fall-winter collection and the brand’s new Tweed range. The latter — featuring strips of tweed molded, rather than glued, onto rubber stems — and is set to go on sale in September at prices ranging from 320 euros to 380 euros, or $415 to $492 at current exchange.

“It was a very happy day,” said the actress, noting her daughter Shanna, whose father is French director Luc Besson, accompanied her to the shoot at Lagerfeld’s studio.

A former child actress, Maïwenn also got an early start in modeling. “When I was 13, I won a contest run by the magazine 20 Ans. My moment of glory was booking the cover of Turkish Marie Claire. And I did an ad for Kookai. I’ve evolved between Kookai and Chanel,” she said with a laugh.

Known for her fiery temperament, Maïwenn is still busy with overseas promotion for “Polisse,” a film based on real-life anecdotes from the Paris police’s Child Protection Unit, which she wrote, directed and starred in.

She is getting ready to shoot a drama directed by brothers Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu, but will next be seen on screens at the end of the year in “Tele Gaucho,” about a group of left-wing activists who try to pirate a commercial television station in order to broadcast political programs.

“My character would not be into wearing Chanel,” she said. “She is concerned only with fundamental concepts.”

In real life, Maïwenn is probably a combination of those extremes.

“I always vote, I go to demonstrations, but I also go to fashion shows,” she said. “It’s not like you have to pick between one and the other. I can very well watch a Chanel fashion show and follow the news.

Images via WWD.

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