Millie Bobby Brown, Paris Jackson & Lulu Tenney Dazzle In Calvin Klien’s New Ad
Ahh, pretty young things in a pretty cool #CalvinClein ad.
Calvin Klein’s latest instalment in its “Our Family. #MyCalvins” series, released Tuesday, features Netflix’s breakout star Millie Bobby Brown, the late King Of Pop’s daughter Paris Jackson and supermodel Lulu Tenney.
Posing together in the same quilt-strewn barn in which the Kardashian-Jenner sisters were photographed for their own instalments in the campaign, the trio wore red, white and blue denim in varying states of dress and undress.
However, their connection lies within the brand itself, as they are all part of the Calvin Klein family, curated by creative director Raf Simons.
If you’re a fashion fiend, you probably already know that each of them have forged strong ties with the brand as of late: Paris Jackson wore a custom Calvin Klein By Appointment gown to the 2017 Met Gala, Millie Bobbie Brown fronted Raf Simons’ first campaign for Calvin Klein, and Lulu Tenney is widely known as Calvin Klein’s muse.
“This deal is to make Paris the new face and body of Calvin Klein,” a source told Page Six. “The deal — which is just about to be signed — is huge, worth seven figures, many millions. Expect to see Paris in huge ad campaigns and on many red carpets in Calvin Klein.”
To recap, Jackson went to her first Met Gala, announced her first movie, and landed her first fashion campaign — all in one week.
Meanwhile, 13-year-old Millie expressed her excitement for being a part of the family, saying, “To be a part of the Calvin Klein family is surreal and I feel like I’m carrying on a legacy. This will definitely be one of the most memorable things that I have ever done. When I’m 90, I’m going to be like, I can’t believe that was me at 13! Calvin Klein is feminine, it’s edgy; it’s something that I wear every single day.”
What’s more, all three starred in The XX’s music video for their single, “I Dare You,” last summer. Calvin Klein describes the video as a “creative collaboration between the band, Raf Simons, and photographer and filmmaker Alasdair McLellan.”
For die hard fans, here is the video. Check it out: