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Scarlett Johansson's new Dolce & Gabbana makeup ad released

Dolce & Gabbana released its latest campaign for the brands’ new fall makeup campaign with the ever-sultry Scarlett Johannson reported People Thursday. Go behind-the-scenes with Scarlett Johansson in the video that appears above.

Scarlett Johannson and Dolce & Gabbana just released its fall makeup campaign.
Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

The new fall collection of Dolce & Gabbana Perfect Mono Intense Cream Eye Color will arrive in brick and mortars this September. Scarlett Johansson is featured in the brand’s latest makeup campaign, which was shot in Paris. The 29-year old “Avengers” actress, expecting her first child soon with French journalist Romain Dauriac, told People “Paris is really like home to me now, and the more time I spend here, the more at home I feel.”

Since 2009 Scarlett Johansson has been the face of Dolce & Gabbana makeup. Fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott were brought in to collaborate on the campaign, and are considered part of Johansson’s family. The pair introduced Scarlett into the world of beauty and fashion ten years ago. A “modern and classic feel with a touch of old Hollywood” is the concept behind the current makeup collection advertisement, yet with a "fresh feel,” says the "Her" star. Scarlett Johansson gets in touch with her inner Marilyn Monroe for the Dolce & Gabbana shoot, stating it was “sort of like working on a little movie, which was unexpected but really fun, our tribute to Marilyn.”

Johansson likes the versatility of the new Dolce & Gabbana mono eye shadow collection because it “is easy to use and you don’t have to have that huge makeup bag with all your products in it.’ No word on the price range of the Perfect Mono Intense Cream Eye Color, however with the cost of other quad eye shadow from the luxury brand, the fall collection will undoubtedly be pricey, but worth it according to Scarlett. “You can really go from day to night with the palette, using the lighter, more iridescent colors, and just add a little mascara and go. And then at night, you know, you kind of play with the darker, matte tones - make a smoky eye, or make a kind of smoky liner effect.”

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