Sneak Peek: Madonna Stars in Louis Vuitton's Latest Ads

12/04/2008 at 02:50 PM ET

Courtesy Steven Meisel for Louis Vuitton

For weeks, rumors have been swirling that Madonna would be gracing Louis Vuitton’s new ad campaign. The French fashion house has remained mum — until now. Her Madgesty will indeed appear in the Spring/Summer ’09 ad campaign that will hit magazines in February 2009. The star is shot by legendary photographer Steven Meisel (who infamously collaborated with Madonna on her Sex book) in a sultry French cafe setting. When it came to choosing the new face, designer Marc Jacobs wouldn’t have it any other way. “I wanted the campaign to be very bold, very sensual and very atmospheric. To carry off all these references and all its sophistication, we needed the ultimate performer — and for me, that is Madonna,” says Jacobs. We couldn’t agree more. Tell us: What do you think of Madonna’s Louis Vuitton ads? Do you think she was the best choice?


Courtesy Steven Meisel for Louis Vuitton

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toni on

well,most designers chose madonna to model their stuff and they all sell not to mention she will be in most covers of magazines.her music and whatever she does is a sell out and she is always on top regardless her i have to say that whoever critisize madonna is only envious.sorry girls.if you can do better than her,just go out there.goodluck

Jackie on

I think Madonna looks GREAT! She keeps well for someone in her 50’s. I hope to look that good when I reach 50. Marc Jacobs made an excellent choice in Madonna. It’s funny to see how some people write negative things about Madonna, yet they are the ones looking at the Madonna ads and are interested enough to write something. If it did not interest them, all they have to do is turn the page. Keep it up Madonna. Love to see you out there some more.

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Pete on

With her longevity, Modonna’s age is irrevalent. She is and has been hot throughout all of her transformations, minus her work out mom stage. It’s great that she has broken out and is back in the world as a trend setter! For all who think Modonna looks old, just hope you can look half as good at fifty and pull off what Modonna has done at any age.

fussball on

Gute Arbeit hier! Gute Inhalte.

Luis Oquendo on

Just one word! Unique.

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