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Singer and actress, Willow Smith shows off her incredible voice and dance moves while performing live in concert at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, Canada. Willow Smith’s concert was part of the NXNE (North By Northeast) Festiva...
The Red Hot Chilli Peppers frontman joins Cher and Willow Smith for the autumn/winter 15 campaign.
Singer and actress Willow Smith, daughter of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, is the new face of Marc Jacobs for the fashion designer’s fall 2015 collection. The announcement was made over Instagram, where Jacobs posted a pic of Smith wearing one of his black lace dresses, emblazoned with a metallic bodice. Show More Summary
The 14-year-old appears in the designer's new advertising campaign for fall.
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It has just been announced that Willow Smith will be the new face of Marc Jacobs! “This season’s ads feature friends, each of whom evoke a sense of intrigue and inspiration, and collectively provoke a true consideration for individuality. Here today I would like to share (not CHER) with you first, the talented, stylish, and [...]
We're always wondering what the incomparable Smiths, aka America's coolest family, will do next. Recently, all eyes were on Jaden Smith when he dressed up in super-hero style to attend prom. Now attention has turned to his younger sis Willow Smith, who's one of the Marc Jacobs' youngest campaign stars ever. Show More Summary
Willow Smith really has something to whip her hair back and forth about now. The 14-year-old is one of the faces of Marc Jacobs' newest campaign. Both Smith and Jacobs took to Instagram on Thursday night to share the exciting news. The...Show More Summary
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And she looks incredible.
The lil’est Smith is nailing her first major label campaign.
Just one week after Cher was announced as the face of Marc Jacobs’ fall 2015 campaign, the designer has revealed his latest model and it’s 14-year-old Willow Smith. The singer and youngest child of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith is the second star to join what appears to be a star-studded campaign. Show More Summary
Willow Smith Named New Face Of Marc Jacobs Willow Smith is only 14, but she already has Hollywood privilege a budding music career and has posed for fashion shoots. Now she can add the distinction as “face of a
Willow Smith, at 14 years old, is the face of a new ad campaign from Marc Jacobs. The designer gushed about Will Smith's daughter in a post on Instagram on Thursday, calling her a "talented, stylish and charming" model. The post Willow Smith is the new face of Marc Jacobs (PHOTO) appeared first on Rickey News Videos.
Woah! This Marc Jacobs campaign is way beyond than what we thought! It was first revealed that Cher would be the new face of MJ, but now it seems that 14-year-old Willow Smith is also starring in the ads! [ Related: Cher Slays In Sequins At The Met Gala ] The designer unveiled the latest star and her [...]
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