Female (Malaysia) - - BEAUTY BEAT -

Cana­dian stun­ner Kate King makes her mark in another Dolce & Gab­bana fra­grance cam­paign. Here are her thoughts on it.

This is your sec­ond fra­grance cam­paign for the brand. How do you feel? “It’s amaz­ing to have been part of the first pro­ject. The per­fume is in­cred­i­ble and I got to par­tic­i­pate in so many un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ences such as shoot­ing the com­mer­cial with film di­rec­tor Giuseppe Tor­na­tore and shoot­ing the stills with Domenico and Ste­fano. Meet­ing so many won­der­ful peo­ple and trav­el­ling to beau­ti­ful places was also amaz­ing. The suc­cess of the per­fume was def­i­nitely an added bonus and made me feel even more won­der­ful about be­ing cho­sen to be the face of Dolce & Gab­bana again.”

Tell us some­thing about the at­mos­phere on the shoot. “It was great; there were so many nice per­son­al­i­ties on set. Giuseppe is so lovely and kind. I think that cre­ates a re­ally re­laxed en­vi­ron­ment so ev­ery­body isn’t too ner­vous or tense and ev­ery­one is just get­ting their job done.”

How has your life changed since the last Dolce & Gab­bana cam­paign? “Be­ing the face of this per­fume and an am­bas­sador for Dolce & Gab­bana has been life-chang­ing in so many ways.

I’ve got to go to parts of the world I’ve never been to be­fore and meet so many won­der­ful peo­ple. I now have th­ese amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ences as a part of my life and I just feel very lucky.”

How do you feel about Italy? “I love it; I think the food is great. In Si­cily, I es­pe­cially love the fact that peo­ple seem to have a slower-paced way of life. They en­joy the things that I think should mat­ter most: fam­ily, food and play, which are just as im­por­tant as work. I think that’s a good mind­set to have. Italy is beau­ti­ful; there’s a di­verse land­scape and there are so many won­der­ful cities that have dif­fer­ent things about them that make them great.”


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