Byline: Lisa Lockwood
NEW YORK — If it’s good enough for Gwyneth, it’s good enough for “it” girl Chloe Sevigny and Julianne Moore.
Following Gwyneth Paltrow’s ads for Dior handbags comes Moore posing for Coach, and Sevigny in ads for H&M, the Swedish fashion retailer that plans to open its Manhattan flagship next week.
Sevigny, who’s nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in “Boys Don’t Cry,” and stars in the upcoming “American Psycho,” will appear in an outdoor campaign that breaks April 1. Shot by Craig McDean, the H&M images are slated to run on taxi tops, bus shelters, buses and telephone kiosks.
And Julianne Moore — who’s nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in “End of the Affair” — is featured in Coach’s new handbag campaign for spring.
The ads for the Coach Hamptons Collection — shot by Mario Testino — appear in the April issues of Glamour, Cosmo, InStyle, W, Vanity Fair and Harper’s Bazaar.
“We were incredibly fortunate,” said Reed Krakoff, president and executive creative director at Coach. “We thought she [Moore] was a great addition to our Living Legends campaign. She’s got the kind of style, strength and intelligence we really wanted.”
Moore also appears in outdoor ads that went up on phone kiosks and city panels this week in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Besides Moore, Testino also photographed Mena Suvari, an actress who’s featured in “American Beauty,” for the spring launch campaign for Coach Eyewear.