EXCLUSIVE: Even More Katie Holmes for Miu Miu!

01/15/2009 at 02:39 PM ET

Courtesy Miu Miu

Yesterday, we showed you one of Katie Holmes‘s striking ads for Miu Miu, and today we have another image from the Spring 2009 campaign exclusively for PEOPLE.com readers. The star shows her flair for the dramatic, put to excellent use in her recently-lauded Broadway turn, putting her outstretched hand to a flame. We can’t wait to see the full ad campaign after seeing those two gorgeous images!

Missed seeing Katie’s other ad? Click here!

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Karen on

Oh my god. This is not for Katie Holmes. She doesn’t look sexy when she trys to like now. She should stick to being a mom.

Huh! on

The woman is 5’10, slim and fit enough to run the NYC marathon. Are you? Who says make-up is required, she’s got healthy lovely skin and she obviously takes care of herself.
As for smiling…which model smiles on the runway? I’ve seen plenty of shots of her smiling when she’s with her little girl.
Lay off you fatsos and weirdos!
Don’t let the weirdness that is Tom Cruis sully your opinion of her, though I doubt she cares for any of our opinions.

Holly Wright on

I think she looks okay but what’s up with the bad posture? I’m with the other posters, unless you are advertising sports related product, ditch the celebs. They don’t do add anything to the product, if anything they discourage people from purchasing.

Jackie in Dallas on

I’m not going to comment on Katie here, I’m going to the root of what bothers me most about this…

Can someone please tell me what Miu Miu is? Can you tell from the ad? Maybe if I were a celebrity or Hollywood insider it would be obvious, but it certainly isn’t to ME.

Advertising, to be effective, has to “brand” your product, or set it apart and distinct from your competition. I can’t see that in this ad, at all. Is it the clothes, the look, the makeup, the shoes, what? And what does sticking her hand in the flame have to do with anything?

From an artistic point of view, it reminds me of too much “modern art,” where the artist tells you pretentiously that if they have to explain it you, you aren’t worthy to own it. I’ve seen great art, including Picasso, Manet, Monet, Van Gogh, da Vinci, Michelangelo, etc. and toured the Lourve, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and many others all over Europe and the US. I can “feel” Picasso and some of the good modern artists; the point of art is to elicit an emotional response. However I don’t feel this (except repulsed)!

tcyb on

She is wierd looking and needs to stay home.

LF on

Mmmmmm KKKKKK! Where is Katie Holmes?? I like the old her before the Tom Cruise!

laurie on

Katies old nose was much nice. Now it looks pointy close up. Why does everyone try get a Nicole Kidman nose? Even hers if redone! Nobody looks natural anymore, it’s too bad. I can’t tell half the blondes in hollywood apart anymore, they all look the same, fake. Katies nose makes her loook old and boring. She’s trying to be a diva but she’s just a very average looking girl if you ask me.

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Me on

Complete photoshop to the exstreme!!! I have to disagree. I think this is very well done beautifully artistic. It conveys passion strength and beauty. However, I agree that the fashion industry needs to get real. Beauty is a structure of various elements. Curvy women, petite women are just as beautiful as tall women. The majority of women in our society are 5’2 to 5’5. These are the women that are buying your clothes designers.You need to start using role models that mimic what’s really out there.

Jackie in Dallas on

Yes, I know. Before anyone jumps in…Miu Miu is a designer with shops all over the world. That doesn’t negate my points at all. It isn’t even the remotely bit obvious what is being “sold” in this ad. Advertising actually can be an art, but to me, this is just trying too hard to be art, and forgeting that the point of advertising is to sell!

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