After seeing the teaser back in August, we're very excited to show you director Nicolas Winding Refn's cut of Blake Lively's Gucci Première commercial. Shot at one of Beverly Hills's most opulent locations, the Sheats Goldstein Residence, this time around we see longer scenes of Blake in her stunning gold dress and that amazing blonde hair, and then again in the desert with a punchy red lip, strutting towards a fan. The scent has top notes of orange blossom and bergamot, but is still very sweet.
After seeing a sneak peek at the print advertisement and then going on to find out what Blake Lively would smell like if she walked past us right now, her teaser commercial as the face of Gucci Première is the finishing touch. Blake looks stunning with her blonde hair worn straight, and also rocks a red lip in a desert scene as she walks towards a large fan. Directed by Drive's Nicolas Winding Refn, we love the sepia backdrop and golden tones — it fits in really nicely with the bottle.
Ever since Gucci announced Blake Likely as the face of their new juice, Gucci Première, we've been dying to know what the blonde bombshell currently smells like. Creative Director Frida Giannini was inspired by her modern yet timeless Hollywood glamour (and we bet that hair had something to do with it!), and the fragrance's message is all about strength, power and presence with sensual femininity. The campaign is really beautiful — shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot — who said: "We wanted to have a film effect, almost like a film noir, but with a modern twist." But the question on our minds: If we were to walk past Blake Lively right now, what would she smell like? Click through to find out.
Just last week we revealed she was set to be the new face of Gucci Première, and now we've got a sneak peek at Blake Lively's fragrance campaign for the luxury brand. Gucci Première is due to hits our shores this September (launching first in the UK next month), and we can't wait to see the short film ad campaign, which was filmed by Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn and wil premiere at the Venice Film Festival.