Louis Vuitton’s Latest Campaign Star Is…

Natalie Portman plays the uber stylish Mathilda in Léon The Professional.... A video game heroine.

Fans of the video game Final Fantasy will be excited to see Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2016 campaign. In addition to featuring a collection inspired by the badass fictional women of the gaming world, the campaign stars Lightning, the character designed by Tetsuya Nomura who stars in the Final Fantasy game series. The pink-haired CGI being was revealed last night on Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquiere's Instagram account, alongside other campaign images, shot by Juergen Teller. Gaming site SquarePortal has also revealed a clip of an accompanying fashion film for Spring/Summer 2016, starring Lightning.
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