Michelle Williams smoulders in edgy fashion shoot

Hollywood actress Michelle Williams stars as the new face of Louis Vuitton's autumn winter 2013 campaign

Hollywood actress Michelle Williams stars as the new face of Louis Vuitton's autumn winter 2013 campaign.

The star, 32, looks stunning in the images, showing off a sultry dark pout and dark eyebrows, her signature blonde pixie cut effortlessly dishevelled.

Adding to the glamorous look is her outfit – created by Marc Jacobs, who is the creative director of Louis Vuitton.



She poses with two of the brand's new luxe handbags – the W and Capucines carryalls in tan and black. The shoot, photographed by Peter Lindbergh, marks Michelle's first major fashion campaign.

Michelle has a good relationship with Louis Vuitton. For the 2012 Oscars, where she was up for the Best Actress award, she wowed in a vibrant gown by the Italian fashion house.

With a ruched bustline and peplum detailing, the burnt orange number had a distinct prom vibe and ensured that Michelle stood out from the crowd.


Michelle is recently single after splitting from her partner of one year Jason Siegel. Jason was Michelle's most serious boyfriend since the death of her former fiancé Heath Ledger in 2008.

In other fashion news, Christy Turlington, 44, has made a reutrn to modelling with a sultry advert for Calvin Klein.

The former supermodel is the new face – and body – of the luxury brand's underwear range, showing off the incredible body that made her famous in a series of black and white ads.


Michelle wearing Louis Vuitton to the Oscars in 2012

The mother-of-two looks nowhere near her 44 years as she poses for the sizzling shots, photographed by Mario Sorrenti.

Christy has a longstanding relationship with Calvin Klein. She made her catwalk debut for the designer in 1987 runway show before shooting an iconic campaign for him with Irving Pen in 1988.

Christy replaces Lara Stone, who recently gave birth to her first child with David Walliams.

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