Felicity Jones New Face of D&G Makeup Line

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Breakout actress Felicity Jones has just been named the new face of Dolce and Gabbana’s make up range.

Proving she’s the newest It girl after her phenomenal performance in the indie romance drama “Like Crazy,” Felicity Jones will appear as the face of Dolce and Gabbana The Makeup.

Her new ads will appear in January for the brands Spring Khol Collection. The ads hope to portray Jones as “an aristocratic, savage girl.” Uhh, that’s an oxymoron, but okay, let’s just go with it.

In a statement, the designers described why they choose Jones who they say is “representing a heady mix of sensuality, confidence and beauty, Felicity Jones offers a sense of divine contradiction. Classically beautiful yet modern in attitude, her audacious gaze is impossible to ignore.”

The 28-year-old actress could easily pass for 12-years-old with her nearly perfect skin. What is she washing her face with? Baby shampoo?

However, it’s not known yet if Jones is taking over the gig from Scarlett Johansson who became the face of Dolce and Gabbana makeup in 2009 when the range was created.

Jones plays Anna in “Like Crazy” which won the Special Jury Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival is excited for her new gig as the face of a fashion brand, because she likes fashion, according to herself.

“I like my fashion, but please take me seriously?” she recently told the New York Times.

However, this isn’t her first modeling job. After performing in a show in London she was nabbed by Christopher Bailey of Burberry to model a bright orange coat in the brand’s autumn-winter 2011 ads, ““Obviously she’s very beautiful but she’s incredibly smart and thoughtful and she knows how to put clothes together and make it look effortless,” Bailey says.

However, of that Burberry shoot, Jones joked, “I had to spend the whole Burberry shoot standing on a box because I’m 5-foot-3 and the models were about 6-foot-2,” she said. “Yeah, I can take this. This is O.K. for my ego.”

She said she even assisted the stylist when picking out the wardrobe for her character in “Like Crazy.”

“We went to a vintage shop in Los Angeles and I went with the costume designer and we just picked out her whole costume for the first three years. So it was nice to be that hands on and be able to pick out that jacket and be like, ‘This is perfect for Anna.’”
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