To be honest, we didn't get too wrapped up in the small hype leading up to Topshop's "big" reveal of which starlet will front their holiday campaign, complete with its very own hashtag (#whosthatgirl). So many actresses fronting fashion brands, so little time...
But, today, when we found out that Kate Bosworth is Topshop's new girl, we changed our tunes a bit. The actress stars in the retailer's Christmas movie, singing a sultry version of "Winter Wonderland" à la Michelle Pfeiffer in "The Fabulous Baker Boys" (seriously, that was the inspiration). The short clip was directed by Kate's fiancé, Hollywood director Michael Polish, and she looked beautiful and relaxed playing the role of lounge singer for her future hubby.
The "Blue Crush" star added yet another personal touch to the campaign by helping the Topshop team design the custom sparkly cocktail dress she wore in the video. And the good news is: the entire look, shoes and makeup included, will all be available for purchase. You can get the cosmetics via topshop.com now and place your special, made-to-order request for the dress or shoes as well.
So if the high street store's holiday campaign lived up to your expectations: happy shopping! If not, there's always next season. Maybe they'll get Karlie Kloss again...
Think Kate Bosworth will be making a repeat performance with Topshop next season? Check out some celebs who reappeared in ad campaigns:
Chloë Sevigny for Miu Miu, 1996
Chloë Sevigny for Miu Miu, 2012
Claudia Schiffer for Chanel, 1992
Claudia Schiffer for Chanel, 2011
Cindy Crawford for Pepsi, 1992
Cindy Crawford for Diet Pepsi, 2002
Christie Brinkley for Cover Girl, 1987
Christie Brinkley for Cover Girl, 2007
Claudia Schiffer for Guess, 1989
Claudia Schiffer for Guess, 2012
Jennifer Connelly for Shiseido, 1980's
Jennifer Connelly for Shiseido, 2012
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