Actress Keira Knightley in the final (2011) commercial for Chanel Coco Mademoiselle. A little over 3 minutes long.
If you missed it, see Teaser 1 or Teaser 2, or listen to Keira Knightley talk about the fragrance.
Update: the music is Joss Stone doing a cover of James Brown's Man's World. Some of you may remember that the first Keira Knightley / Coco Mademoiselle commercial also used a Joss Stone song.
Is it just me, or is that all a bit soft-porn? Chanel usually do the physical attraction stuff with more style than having the heroine sit on a bed and open her legs wide.
And the idea that Miss K has enough cleavage to slip a bottle into….
Unless I’m forgetting something, it’s more soft porn than Chanel usually goes for in video. Although remember they’ve also done her nude holding a hat
I thought it was cute – but I am a KK fan!
I am torn…I don’t hate it, and admit the plot was a bit of a surprise, and therefore better than I’d expect. But I most always find these things a let down after all the advance hype.
The punchline is that she just leaves? I thought she would at least steal the camera.
giggles…or something exciting! but really it wasn’t bad,I will admit too,it was pretty steamy.
I couldn’t log in the other day for some reason but to answer your question, Robin, they do make teasers for other things. Teaser movie trailers, teaser video trailers, teaser song snippets, etc. The only teaser commercial bits that I had ever seen before this was for Beyonce Heat so maybe this is a new thing
I am seeing tons of them for perfume lately, esp. the past 2-3 years. I know they do them for movies, was mostly wondering if they are doing them for other consumer products.
Suede boots with bare feet? Huh? Gross!
HA! Good call!
Snooze, a bore – that didn’t do anything for me. When I read the comments about porn. . . .well i was expecting more. They didn’t even show much leg.
Someone has to know who the exceedingly handsome young man playing the photographer is…
Actor Alberto Ammann…
I think this is silly, and not in a good way. Also can’t believe that tacky shot of her derriere as she mounts the motocycle the first time.
I would not mind seeing Alberto Ammann in a real film, however, so perhaps the three minutes weren’t a total loss
her first Coco Mademoiselle commercial made me dream more than this did. i still marvel at all the money spent to make not just the Place Vendome look empty, but Rivoli and Plaza Athene too!