Arizona Muse Stars in Roberto Coin’s Female-Centric Ad Campaign

Supermodel Arizona Muse is the face of Roberto Coin’s latest advertising campaign, which was shot by famed fashion photographer David Sims and premiered globally this week.

This is the second stint for Muse as ambassador for the Italian fine jewelry brand; she starred in a global company campaign in 2015.

The campaign’s images and video footage (now running on a loop on the brand’s home page) show the supermodel wearing jewelry from several of Coin’s collections: Princess Flower,  Roman Barocco, Venetian Princess, Sauvage Privé, Classique Parisienne, and Pois Moi.

“When looking for a model to be featured in this campaign, it was without hesitation that we decided to work with Arizona again,” said Coin in a prepared statement. “She embodies our theme of timeless beauty and style.”

Muse added, “I’m overjoyed to continue to work with Roberto Coin. Roberto is one of the kindest, most encouraging people I’ve ever met…his jewelry, I think, is designed from his deep appreciation and respect for women.”

Muse has been a brand ambassador for several prominent fashion and beauty brands over the years, including Louis Vuitton, Jil Sander, Estee Lauder, Miu Miu, Prada, Isabel Marant, Fendi, and Yves Saint Laurent.

She’s also a longtime activist for environmentally friendly clothing and apparel manufacturing. According to fashion trade publication WWD, she’s preparing to launch her own collection of party dresses in sustainable fabrics this year. She designed the collection in collaboration with Georgie Macintyre, artistic director at designer fashion brand Matthew Williamson.

The Roberto Coin campaign is aligned with several other recent campaigns from major industry brands—including Pomellato, Tacori, and Forevermark—in its full-throated appreciation of the modern woman.

These campaigns, which target the self-purchasing female consumer, are a sign of changing times in the industry, fueled by a zeitgeist that’s been shaped in part by the #metoo and #timesup movements, among others.

“The concept of the campaign is based on style and diversity of women,” said Coin. “The visuals demonstrate the effortless beauty and style of every woman.” When Muse walks slowly across the screen in the campaign video, the words Effortless Style show up underneath her—denoting that this is fine jewelry made for women who have more to think about than fine jewelry.

(Top: Arizona Muse in the new Roberto Coin campaign, courtesy of Roberto Coin)

JCK Magazine Editor