Bvlgari has launched its latest campaign Mon Jasmin Noir perfume and does so in the face and body semi nude Kirsten Dunst. It's a beautiful image, dominated by the leonine look of the campaign co-star, she is beautiful and reminds us somewhat the excesses of Marie Antoinette, but ... what will happen as has happened with the campaign starring Julianne Moore, censored in Italy to show the subtle shameless nudity of the redhead?
Not speak here of arts photoshop that makes skins in china, as well as manage Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, who have been the architects of this campaign photographed on a ranch in Lake Como wait events.
Meanwhile what do you think? "Excessive? "Sensual? Personally I think that retro 70's evoke the most luxurious.
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