Johnny has signed a new contract with Dior, to continue to be the (gorgeous) face of Savauge, for a seven figure sum, and multiple years. Go Johnny!
Dior posted these photos via Instagram today, and said ‘Backstage at Olympia Hall before the last show. Fearless yet human, just like Savauge’.
Thank you Dior, for continuing to stand with Johnny. ❤️
Never Fear Truth posted a wonderful update on Twitter:
Johnny Depp’s Never Fear Truth NFT sale was always intended to benefit charities and we are pleased to be able to confirm that nearly $800,000 in total donations have been contributed to the following organizations:
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation (via CAF America)
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (via CAF America)
The Footprint Coalition
The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA)
We are grateful and very thankful to the Never Fear Truth community for this tremendous accomplishment – making this project one of the most philanthropic NFT sales to date – and we are excited to build on this success and making an even greater impact going forward.
The official video campaign + interview of the latest Dior Sauvage campaign.
Those of you who liked the official Dior Sauvage campaign images, will definitely LOVE the official video and also the behind the scenes/interview footage. Besides putting Parfum in the limelight and retaining Sauvage’s edgy flair, the film artfully captures elements of Native American culture. The campaign was put together by Johnny himself, Mondino and the House of Dior with a political aim of addressing cultural appropriation.
The powerful riffs (played by rock legend Jeff Beck) and tribal beats in this specially remixed song captures the attention of by-standing indigenous Americans. In one scene, we see a maiden (played by Tanaya Beatty of Through Black Spruce) enamoured by the melody. Separately, a Native American warrior (played by Canku One Star, a Fancy War dancer and Rosebud Sioux Tribe member) gets into fight mode, performing a solo war dance to the music aggressively as if ready for combat. The sun soon sets, leaving Johnny accompanied only by the twilight and warmth from a bonfire towards the end of the clip. Make sure to watch!
A new short video and image for Dior Sauvage have been revealed.
— Dior (@Dior) August 19, 2019
Additionally, to the advertisement material that has been released last week, a new advertisement image and a short video were posted by Dior on their official social media channels. The image was added to our photo gallery and the video can be watched above.
New images of Johnny for Dior Sauvage.
This year, Johnny is the face of the upcoming Dior Sauvage campaign again. He’s already been the one to represent Dior Sauvage last year in 2018 and I’m so glad he’s doing it again.
2 photos of this year’s upcoming campaign have been released and uploaded to our photo gallery.
The commercial and campaign images of Johnny for Japanese beer brand Asahi Super Dry have finally been released. Back in June 2017, I posted this article, featuring the official Asahi Super Dry commercial and today I’m sharing with you the official campaign photos, which I uploaded to the image archive.
You can re-watch the commercial on the article I posted in June by clicking on the link I inserted. And do no hesitate to let us know what you think of the images.
In 2018, Dior introduces the new edition of Dior Sauvage, originally launched in 2015, in an Eau de Parfum interpretation. Dior’s in-house perfumer François Demachy imagines the Eau de Parfum as revealing new facets of Sauvage. The composition with oriental and vanilla facets is described as enveloping, suave, mysterious and sensual.
The new ad campaign also features Johnny as the face. The fragrance is available as a 60 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
I added the two campaign images to the photo gallery! Enjoy!