It's here. After many months waiting for #DiorRob, yesterday announced the new Dior Homme Colony starring Robert Pattinson premiered.
Controversy, discussions, hopes and desires… all communication elicited by the Dior signature that would be the protagonist of twilight the new face of Dior Homme perfume. It seems that the result not only exceeds expectations, if not perfectly engaging and communicates the essence and brand values. Proof of this is that in one day the video on Youtube already has more than 90.000 visits.
In it we see a gorgeous couple – Robert Pattinson and model Camille Rowe – enjoying her lost love in black and white New York one very personal and unpretentious the beat of a elegant hand rock Led Zeppelin (song: Whole Lotta Love, 1969.Ssegún Wikipedia, at 2004 the theme was chosen at number 75 in the list of 500 best songs of all time by Rolling Stone magazine.
It is clear that new style codes, elegance, naturalness and conquest They are revolucionándonos and I think Romain Gavras – Ad Director – it moves exceptionally well in this minute that apology is made for freedom and freshness without losing the style and the hypnotic gaze.
I recognize that I am a fan of Pattinson but I was afraid that he remained large, so I am pleased that the announcement has been great as showing that progress requires, fundamental and especially, inspiring.
Robert Pattinson is one of those few actors who embodies casual elegance with obvious modernity – Web Dior Homme.
Graphic Campaign Dior Homme by Robert Pattinson by Nan Goldin (If you want to discover more photos of Nan Goldin click here)
Life is short, break the rules (they were made to be broken)
Forgive quickly, kiss slowly
Love truly, laugh uncontrollably
And never regret anything that makes you smile.
The clouds are lined with silver and the glass is half full (though the answers won’t be found at the bottom)
Don’t sweat the small stuff,
You are who you are meant to be,
Dance as if no one’s watching,
Love as if it’s all you know,
Dream as if you’ll live forever,
Live as if you’ll die today” – James Dean