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20-12-2010
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I agree with many, Natalie is beautiful and I like her but for something else. The Lily and Maryna campaigns were exactly what I wanted them to be, the balloons over Paris is my phone background, I like the image that much.

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I trust Sofi Coppola for creating something magical for the TV ad but still don't get why replaced Maryna.

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I love Natalie but maryna was the better choice, she exuded Miss Dior Cherie in her ads and the commercial was lovely.

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I think the Maryna ad was great, fresh and young..BUT the perfume isn't! I always thought that its very strong and musky for a young girl and that campaign never fitted the actual perfume. Natalie's new sultry ad fits better with the heavy notes of the fragrance. And one observation: in the new Nat ad the bow on the bottle seems to be black. From what I can recall the bow on the bottle as of now is silver. Could it be that they're launching a new perfume all together and the Maryna ad stays?

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i agree with melfreya how the perfume isn't exactly young and flirtatious but a bit more strong, but maryna wanted me to buy the perfume nonetheless! haha But hopefully with more photos of Natalie my mind will change.

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when is the video coming out?

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The campaign along with the video will launch in March

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Quote:
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I think the Maryna ad was great, fresh and young..BUT the perfume isn't! I always thought that its very strong and musky for a young girl and that campaign never fitted the actual perfume. Natalie's new sultry ad fits better with the heavy notes of the fragrance. And one observation: in the new Nat ad the bow on the bottle seems to be black. From what I can recall the bow on the bottle as of now is silver. Could it be that they're launching a new perfume all together and the Maryna ad stays?
it still looks silver to me.

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New still from the Dior campaign

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stunning. stunning. stunning.

one of the most beautiful & talented women in hollywood.
cannot be happier that she landed the campaign.

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Er, I find nothing enticing about these previews. They're basically the same. Nondescript in expression, setting, and mood (if there is one). I hope the finished product fares better.

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I think the ad is great and its more fitting for the perfume... but still Maryna's campaing is perhaps one of the best perfum ads I've seen, so it would be hard to top that.

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I was excited when I heard Natalie was doing a campaign. Since she's so notorious for turning them down. Although I have to admit the pose is so awkward and silly looking.
I guess we'll have to wait for the advert.

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Charlize ruins J'adore, now, Natalie do the same with Miss Dior Cherie, celebrities out of fashion!!

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UHQ of Natalie's print ad:


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