Robert Pattinson for Dior Part 2
06 Jan 2016
Its been 2 years since the first Dior ad campaign came out and now we have a new video and more photos of Rob for Dior. According to the Daily Mail:
In his new campaign for Dior Homme Eau For Men cologne, the 29-year-old actor can be seen wandering alone around the streets of New York as inspiring messages such as, ‘Dream as if you will live forever’ appear on the buildings. London-born Robert, who started working with the French fashion house in June 2013, was shot by German director Peter Lindbergh – the maestro of black and white photography.
Although he might not be playing a vampire any more Robert, famous for his role as Edward Cullen in the Twilight franchise, proves he’s still got a dark and mysterious side.
In the arty monochrome film, set to the track ‘All I Need’ by L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae, Robert looks pensive as he strolls along the sidewalk and gazes out of a high-rise window.
Dressed smartly in a long overcoat, white shirt and thin black tie, Robert throws the camera a number of confident stares and can be seen in one shot fiddling with his cuff links.
A spokesperson for the brand described the clip as ‘a video that rolls out shots of a streetwise prince with a disarming gaze. His urban look is irresistible and brings back the aura of a modern rebel.’
Robert previously revealed that he came onboard the Dior campaign because it was a change of pace for his career.
‘[I did it because] I wanted to do something different for me… doing something that is quite mainstream but also edgy fit into where I want my life to go,’ he told Elle France.
And though Robert has won plenty of fans with his handsome looks, he recently revealed that he has anxiety over his appearance.
‘I remember when I first did Twilight I didn’t care about how I looked – there was less pressure, I guess. I was like, ‘I’m cool as sh-t!” Pattinson told InStyle magazine.
‘[Now] every time I appear somewhere, I think, ‘I don’t know how many more times I can do this.’ Dressing up to go somewhere and be looked at – I get so nervous.’