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Updated: November 12, 2009 13:38 IST

Madonna new face of Dolce Gabbana

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WORLD OF FASHION: Madona will appear in the label’s spring 2010 campaign, advertising their womenswear collection. Photo: Evan Agostini
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WORLD OF FASHION: Madona will appear in the label’s spring 2010 campaign, advertising their womenswear collection. Photo: Evan Agostini

Pop star Madonna has been confirmed as the new face of high-end fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana.

Stefano Gabbana, one of the Italian designer duo, is thrilled that the singer has taken part in a campaign for the fashion house, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“The campaign with Madonna is beautiful. I can’t say anything about it. We are at the last shot... Madonna is simply beautiful... We’re very, very tired but very happy as well... To have Madonna in our campaign is a dream come true,” Gabbana posted on micro-blogging website Twitter.

The 51-year-old star will appear in the label’s spring 2010 campaign, advertising their womens' wear collection. The advertisement will be Sicilian-themed and was shot in Brooklyn, New York, by fashion photographer Stephen Klein.

Earlier, Madonna has campaigned for Louis Vuitton, while her boyfriend Jesus Luz also campaigned for Dolce & Gabbana.

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