Hollywood elite in Prada ads

Prada has drafted in a quartet of Hollywood leading men to star in the marketing campaign for its autumn/winter menswear range.

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Gary Oldman, Willem Dafoe, Friday Night Lights star Garrett Hedlund and Billy Elliot actor Jamie Bell will also appear in ads for Prada eyewear.

The quartet have been chosen, according to the luxury brand, because they are all “influential icons of fashion” and represent a “cross-generational broadening of the face of Prada menswear”.

The four modeled the autumn/winter range on the catwalk earlier this year. They replace Boardwalk Empire star Michael Pitt, who appeared in the brand’s spring/summer campaign.

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