Susan Sarandon, Eva Amurri Star in New Neiman Marcus Campaign

02/03/2012 at 04:30 PM ET

Neiman Marcus ads with Susan Sarandon and Eva Amurri
Courtesy Neiman Marcus

Like mother, like daughter! Susan Sarandon and newlywed daughter Eva Amurri Martino are putting their famous faces to work in Neiman Marcus’s latest “Art of Fashion” campaign. The stunning pair follows in the footsteps of Drew Barrymore, who starred in last year’s glamorous ads.

In the 14 photos, which will appear in the March edition of Neiman Marcus’s The Book as well as high-fashion magazines, the actresses model looks from Burberry Prorsum, Chanel, Valentino, Giorgio Armani (left), Oscar de la Renta (right) and many more top designers. The photos — done in both color and black and white — were shot by storied celebrity photographer Mark Abrahams.

In a release, Neiman Marcus brand creative vice president Eddie Nunns calls the women out for their “celebrity power and beauty.” We have to agree — they do look gorgeous! Tell us: What do you think of the stars’ dramatic ads?


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Edie on

Love their looks…HATE THEIR POLITICS!!!

KB on

Love their looks AND their politics.

Jennifer on

Susan Sarandon looks amazing. And her daughter’s not bad-looking, but…what’s with that look on her face? Did someone goose her or something?

Beth on

I think it’s a poor choice for NM to have made. Susan Sarandon called the Pope a nazi. I don’t think Catholics should shop there.

Miss Penny Lane on

yeah, i’m pretty sure that Neiman Marcus isn’t concerned about losing their Catholic customers…not sure that will effect their business!

Regina on

@Beth. Check your facts. The Pope WAS a Nazi. He was a member of Hitler’s youth as a child. Susan is just calling it like she sees it.

Lisa on

Thanks Regina,
You saved me from giving yet another history lesson.

Lauralee on

Hmm big mistake for Neimans to put someone so controversial. Wait and see

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