British popstar Lily Allen, the pint-sized chanteuse that swears as well as she sings, is a portrait of class and sophistication in her new Chanel handbag campaign. The singer proves she doesn't need to rely on her pipes to turn heads in the black and white photos, shot by Karl Lagerfield himself. Allen's beauty, which toes the line between cute and regal, is reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffanys. Lagerfield seemingly stylized the shoot to focus on that connection exactly, as Allen is clad in Tiffany's-esque sunglasses, tiara, and high society duds; all which serve as a perfect backdrop for the quilted luxury of the Chanel bags. Allen has been gaining momentum in other ventures outside of her music. Besides the Chanel campaign, the pop star has been marketing her upcoming jewelry line, called simply Lily Allen, set to debut in the fall. The jewelry is reportedly inspired by Allen's own quirky London style and will include pear-shaped pendants, fish on chains, mini cherry rings, and 'Have A Nice Day' smiley faces everywhere (from a smiley tattoo on her wrist). Although her jewelry designs seem a far cry from the luxe looks of Chanel, Allen's versatility and attitude allow her to be one of the few people that can seamlessly pull off both kinds of style.
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