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Chanel No 5’s Baz Luhrmann-directed three-minute ad features the supermodel Gisele Bündchen. Created in-house, the cinematic film features a slow version of the song You’re The One That I Want from the film Grease. Luhrmann adopts a directing style similar to that from his film The Great Gatsby

I love Baz Luhrmann, and his new Chanel No. 5 ad is seriously moving. But what does it actually mean?
@IvanMazour

New ad for Chanel No. 5 staring Gisele Bundchen must have cost millions… the ad uses non-verbal communication but so beautiful.
@jlmccook

Giselle in the Chanel No. 5 ad is something else.
@JamieTuohy

Hate to admit it but I’m quite disappointed in the new Chanel no. 5 ad. Nicole Kidman’s one is soooooo much better #TheOneThatIWant
@ClionaNicD

The new Chanel no 5 ad is a bit pretentious/odd/long...
@thesizla

 

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