Nicole Kidman turned sultry seductress for new Jimmy Choo campaign

Nicole Kidman turned sultry seductress for new Jimmy Choo campaign

Jimmy Choo has unveiled its autumn/winter 2013 campaign, which is fronted by Hollywood leading lady, Nicole Kidman, in true seductress mode.

The 46-year-old Australian has shed her blonde locks in favour of a fiery red bob with heavy fringe in the Jimmy Choo ads, which the brand released on Monday.

In the series of atmospheric images, shot by renowned fashion photographer Mikael Jansson, the Oscar-winning actress is transformed in a dramatic wig, gazing intensely at the camera.




With smokey eyes, sleek-cut clothing and Jimmy Choo's to boot, she is captured posing on chic furniture and with a classic car.

"I really enjoyed being able to play a role that was strong, sexy and in control," Nicole said of the brand's autumn/winter campaign, which plays on film noir themes and draws inspiration from Hitchcock heroines.

"I got into a relationship with the photographer and Mikael is very intuitive, he knows what I am thinking and feeling and is able to translate it through the camera."



Looking seductive and mysterious in the campaign video, Nicole shows off the brand's fierce Dane lattice booties, as well as its glamorous Ciggy clutch bag as she steps out of a convertible in an on-trend crop top and high-waisted skirt.

She then goes on to show off gorgeous Talan T-strap heels and finally a pair of sexy boots that reach above the knee.

"Nicole has perfectly captured the mood of our AW13 collection," said the luxury brand's creative director, Sandra Choi in a statement.


"Her character portrays the multi-faceted qualities of the Jimmy Choo woman for this season—strong, sexy with a beguiling sense of mystery,"

Nicole has previously appeared in campaigns for Chanel No.5 and Omega watches. She has just finished filming the Grace Kelly biopic Grace Of Monaco, which will hit screens early next year.

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