Gabriella Wilde rises from the wreckage in this stellar image from her Fall 2015 campaign for rag & bone!
The 26-year-old Endless Love actress was shot by Glen Luchford, with art direction by Peter Miles, in a concept that revolves around bringing aspects of New York into a studio setting.
“rag and bone has an understated coolness. It is chic with an edge which I love,” Gabriella said in a statement. “I loved the campaign concept. It was very different, a bit raw and I love the hardness of the images.”
Lottie Moss shows off her long legs as she arrives at the 2015 Serpentine Gallery Summer Party at the Kensington Gardens in London, England on Thursday afternoon (July 2).
The 16-year-old model was also seen out at the Vogue and Ralph Lauren Wimbledon Party held at Kensington Place Orangery and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time media night late last month.
The female lead will likely be the love interest of Brenton Thwaites, who recently landed the role of a British soldier who teams up with Johnny Depp‘s Jack Sparrow. Javier Bardem is set to play the film’s villain. We will have to wait a few years to see the movie however. The pic is slated to hit theaters on July 7, 2017.
There are only three days left until Valentine’s Day and the debut of Endless Love in theaters!
Starring Gabriella Wilde and Alex Pettyfer, the movie follows her, a privileged girl, and him, a charismatic boy, whose instant desire sparks a love affair made only more reckless by parents trying to keep them apart.
Thanks to Universal Pictures, JJJ got our hands on a sweet prize pack from the film which includes a $100 Sephora Gift Card, the Endless Love soundtrack and Endless Love Eos Smooth Sphere Lip Balm, Earrings, T-shirt and Hair Ties!
Endless Love is out on Friday, February 14th! 10+ pics inside…
“My only experience with American things is through movies,” she shared. “I had to pick up the nuances from the other actors, so after two studio films I’d like to graduate from high-school parts, and maybe even try an independent film.”
Gabriella added of the film’s intimate scenes: “This film is tamer. Still, it is an intimidating thing. The fact that the director is a woman [Shana Feste] helped calm me down for the big moments.”
The flick tells the story of a privileged girl, Jade (Wilde) and a charismatic boy from the wrong side of the tracks, David (Pettyfer), whose instant desire sparks a love affair made only more reckless by parents trying to keep them apart.