Jodie Comer Steals The Show In Loewe Fashion Film 'Either Way' | Fashion News - Conversations About Her

Jodie Comer Steals The Show In Loewe Fashion Film ‘Either Way’ | Fashion News

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Jodie Comer Steals The Show In Loewe Fashion Film ‘Either Way’ | Fashion News

 

Killing Eve star, Jodie Comer just won the Emmy Award for ‘Lead Actress In a Drama Series’, and even if you’ve only ever watched just one episode of the show, you will understand why she deserved it.

 

To promote their Spring/Summer 2020 collection, Spanish brand Loewe have released a new advertisement directed by Benn Northover starring Jodie Corner. And what a performance!

 

In the video titled Either way, the 26-year old actress is sitting in front of a mirror in what seems to be a dressing room. While she’s putting on her makeup, she starts to pronounce the brand name ‘Loewe’.

 

In the less-than-three minute clip, her voice gradually becomes louder as she continuously pronounces it. She uses as many expressions as she can muster like indigence, fear, hope, confidence, shock, exasperation…
Jodie portrays in an instant all of these opposites’ emotions, showing us an impressive actor performance.

 

But of course, it’s an advertisement video and Loewe uses the actress to promote their dress, makeup, and sunglasses which she puts on momentarily.

 

Anyway, her performance confirms her Emmy Award and she uses the multi-faced spectrum of emotion and style, quite like her Killing Eve character which makes us extra excited for the show’s third season.

 

Watch the video here:

 

 

#Peace.Love.JodieComer

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I’m 21 and I’m French. I was a law student, but then I realized I wasn’t fit for that, so I decided to take a year off school to prepare for a journalism master exam. That’s the reason I’m doing an internship for Conversation About Her.

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