Drew Barrymore Is Neiman Marcus Art of Fashion Campaign Star
Photos courtesy of Neiman Marcus
Shifting gears: Drew Barrymore stars in Neiman Marcus’s Art of Fashion campaign
Neiman Marcus has nothing but love for Big D—and we’re not talking about Dallas.
The Texas-based department store has tapped Drew Barrymore to front its glamorous Art of Fashion ad campaign, which fittingly takes its inspiration from mid-century Hollywood style.
Photographed by lensman Norman Jean Roy, Barrymore—who is just the second actress to pose for the high-end retailer, following Jennifer Jason Leigh’s Art of Fashion ads in 1994—sports red hair and designer looks from the likes of Giorgio Armani and Valentino for the shoot as she scans a script, sits in a director's chair, and plays hood ornament (above).
“The team at Neiman Marcus wanted to evolve the Art of Fashion by pairing up with a celebrated face and photographer,” Eddie Nunns, vice president of Neiman Marcus Brand Creative, says in a press release. “We felt that Drew Barrymore possessed not only the pedigree and glamour of old Hollywood, but also the confidence and spirit of the modern-day woman—much like Neiman Marcus itself. The project was a collaborative effort between Norman Jean Roy and Ms. Barrymore, and beautifully captures the essence of Neiman Marcus’ edits of the Fall collections.”