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Lancome Names Latest Face

October 2, 2013

An actress with a musical background to boot.


Lancôme is thrilled to announce the arrival of young actress Lily Collins as its newest brand ambassadress. Rising Hollywood star Collins is the granddaughter of a ballerina and the daughter of musician Phil Collins. A delicate yet confident beauty, she embodies Lancôme’s effortlessly chic look and joie de vivre, said the company.
 
"It's an absolute honor and privilege to have been chosen to represent the Maison Lancôme.  I have always admired the brand's unique and distinctive appreciation for inner beauty and grace, elegance and utter radiance.  I feel incredibly lucky to be included among the most inspirational women ambassadresses for one of the most prestigious brands in the world.  It's truly a dream come true," said Collins in a statement.
 
As a talented actress with infinite potential, she will be bringing her freshness and captivating allure to Lancôme as of January 2014, starting with the Spring make-up collection, French Ballerine.
 
More info: www.lancome.com
 
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