Chanel's Spring Eyewear Campaign Shows a Softer Side of Alice Dellal

For a man with many muses, it's nice to see that Karl Lagerfeld isn't opposed to revisiting an old favorite once in a while.
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For a man with many muses, it's nice to see that Karl Lagerfeld isn't opposed to revisiting an old favorite once in a while.
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For a man with many muses, it's nice to see that Karl Lagerfeld isn't opposed to revisiting an old favorite once in a while.

To front Chanel's spring 2014 eyewear campaign, creative director Lagerfeld cast model/socialite/punk rocker Alice Dellal -- who previously appeared in ads (and a short silent film) for the French house's Boy bag in both 2012 and 2013.

The new campaign, photographed by Lagerfeld himself, shows a much softer side of Dellal than we're used to seeing: Gone are her numerous tattoos, half-shaved head, and ripped tights, replaced instead by Easter egg pastels and some sweet little flowers tied into her hair. There's even a rumpled baby pink boucle jacket visible in the background.

We're thinking the only thing that could possibly make the whole scene any sweeter would be a co-starring appearance by KL's other long-standing muse, little Choupette. Which, speaking of -- isn't it about time she got her own Chanel campaign?