Creating something memorable every time through her work and brand associations’, actress Deepika Padukone does it once again. Winning hearts of the audience with her films in Bollywood and across the borders, she has now conquered the fashion territory as well. The Chhapaak actress has been welcomed on board for an iconic luxury brand, Louis Vuitton. The actress has roped in feature in their Louis Vuitton's 2020 pre-fall campaign, now this makes the actress the first ever Bollywood star to be signing on the dotted line for it.
Her excitement and thrill regarding this association also reflected in her Instagram post. She wrote, “I am beyond thrilled to be joining the Louis Vuitton family! To be a part of Nicholas Ghesquière's vision for the world’s most iconic brand is not only exciting but also very humbling!...” Followed by which her hubby-actor Ranveer Singh too couldn’t keep calm. Commenting on her post he wrote, “Next level !!!!” Also commenting on her picture was actress Zareen Khan and jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali. ALSO READ: Deepika Padukone Looks Scintillating In All-White Getup But What’s Her Obsession With Over-Sized Coats?
Deepika in her announcement post is seen seated on a bench sporting a black and white checkered dress with long grey jacket. Letting her long tresses loose open with a centre partition; for accessorizing her look she choose a fanny pouch and green knee length boots. Also seen in the poster is a scary face with red eyes staring at her from the back. ALSO READ: Binodini Dasi Biopic: Deepika Padukone's Loss Is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's Gain; Latter Signs Pradeep Sarkar’s Next
Deepika has join the likes of Urassaya Sperbund, Laura Harrier, Elaine Zhong, Rinko Kikuchi, Emma Roberts and Noémie Merlant. ALSO READ: Deepika Padukone Recalls The Time She Fainted, 'Luckily House Help Came And Saw Me On The Floor'
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