Selena Gomez’s career is on a roll, and it seems like her next venture may be becoming the face of Louis Vuitton. We have reason to believe a new campaign could be in the works! Find out why.
We have always been huge fans of Selena Gomez’s style, so we’re happy to see that she may have a fashion future that goes beyond her Adidas NEO Collection. We have reason to believe that Selena may be the future face of Louis Vuitton! Find out all the details.
Selena Gomez’s Louis Vuitton Campaign — Is A Collaboration In The Works?
Selena arrived in France on March 9 for Paris Fashion Week, and she was dressed in a stylish look that just so happened to be designed by Louis Vuitton — from head-to-toe.
This normally wouldn’t raise any red flags, but Selena was on her way to Paris to sit in the front row at the Louis Vuitton Fall 2015 runway show. She also had the same privilege the previous year, during the Spring 2015 show!
The clues, hinting at the possibility of Selena becoming the face of Louis Vuitton, don’t stop there. The singer has been very vocal about her close relationship with designer Nicolas Ghesquière, who is the current creative director of Louis Vuitton.
It gets even better! Nicolas actually provided Selena with her gorgeous long-sleeved, floor-length Louis Vuitton gown for the Vanity Fair Oscar’s party, and she made sure to thank him personally in an Instagram post. We all know that if it goes on Instagram, it’s serious!
Selena Gomez For Louis Vuitton?
Though Selena starring in a high fashion Louis Vuitton campaign might surprise some people, she wouldn’t be the first non-model to land a high-end campaign. Let’s take Kristen Stewart’s Chanel campaign for example — the Twilight star totally owns it every time she poses in a photo for the iconic label!
If and when Selena is announced as the new face of Louis Vuitton, just remember that you heard it here first! And if she isn’t, Nicolas Ghesquière should seriously consider it.
Do you think that Selena would make a good brand ambassador for Louis Vuitton, HollywoodLifers?
— Kindra Bailey