Lily-Rose Depp has already landed her second Chanel campaign at the mere age of 17.
Directed by Johan Renck and photographed by Karim Sadli, the campaign stars a young woman embodied by Lily-Rose Depp in a film manifesto that strongly expresses the Chanel spirit. She is a young woman in the image of N°5, who everyone thinks they know but is full of surprises, and continuously reinvents herself. This young woman personifies the present time and is defined by the paradoxes of her own personality: multi-faceted, both artist and muse, vulnerable and invincible… She disrupts the codes while incarnating them.
Lily-Rose shared the L’Eau image on Instagram with the following caption: “Thank you so much to the entire [Chanel] team for this incredible honor!”
Depp has a long history with Chanel – she has starred in an eyewear campaign for the house, wears Chanel for red-carpet appearances, and walked in Karl Lagerfeld’s casino-themed show. Her mother, Vanessa Paradis, has been a long-term Chanel ambassador, starring in multiple campaigns including the Coco fragrance in 1991.
Chanel No.5 L’Eau is perfumer Olivier Polge’s new iteration of the classic scent. He describes: “No.5 L’Eau is not a cologne. Nor is it a diluted version of the original fragrance for, at Chanel, each variation is a genuine olfactory creation. No.5 L’Eau is the No.5 of today.”