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Willow Smith models for Chanel

By Yvette C. Hammett
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Willow Smith models for Chanel
Willow Smith (L) and Jaden Smith attend the premiere of the motion picture sci-fi thriller "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles in 2013. Her first Chanel ads came out this week. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, June 28 (UPI) -- Finally, after much anticipation, Willow Smith's first Chanel ad campaign is out, featuring her in two black and white photos modeling the Fall 2016 eyewear.

The 15-year-old daughter of actor Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, is seen in one photo lounging across a white cube wearing black shades and a Chanel dress, with a Chanel ribbon in her hair, US Magazine reported.

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In the other photo, Willow Smith is wearing thick-rimmed sunglasses with a tweed peace symbol pinned to her dreads and a metal belt around her neck.

Chanel, in a press release, called Willow Smith "a multifaceted artist, writer-composer-singer and actress," who is the "embodiment of her generation's spirit. Her youth and energy charmed Karl Lagerfeld, who has invited her to join the family of Chanel muses... Swathed in jewels from the Fall-Winter 2016/17 Ready-to-Wear collection, she breathes new energy into the world of Chanel eyewear."

Willow Smith shared one of her Chanel photos on Instagram.

<"Cool story bro."> @chanelofficial

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A photo posted by ≠The Pouty Princess≠ (@willowsmith) on

Already known as a fashion icon, the teen became a Chanel ambassador in March when she attended the French fashion house's fall 2016 show wearing a gray Chanel catsuit and calling herself "a Chanel ninja." Other Chanel girls include Lily-Rose Depp, Keira Knightly and Cara Delevingne, Glamour reported.

The Chanel cat was out of the bag several months ago when Willow Smith showed up for the Met Gala with her brother Jaden wearing Chanel clamdiggers.

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