Deepika Padukone becomes first Indian to become Louis Vuitton House Ambassador
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Deepika Padukone becomes first Indian to become Louis Vuitton House Ambassador

The social media is flooded with news of her being the first Indian ambassador for Louis Vuitton

Deepika Padukone becomes first Indian to become Louis Vuitton House Ambassador

Deepika Padukone has long won hearts from her warm personality, and open discourses on mental health. The Gehraiyaan actress has made the country proud again by being the first Indian star to be named a brand ambassador for Louis Vuitton, a French luxury fashion house. She is a part of LV's new Dauphine bag campaign. She'll be joined by Emma Stone from 'Cruella' and Chinese actor Zhou Dongyu for the new collection. The news announced by her on social media has made netizens shower praise for her.

Bollywood's Mastaani aka Deepika is definitely setting some high setting examples for upcoming newbies in B-town. Currently, the social media is flooded with news of her being the first Indian ambassador for Louis Vuitton in 167 years. Padukone has bought an Indian face a little closer to high end global fashion. Padukone has reached yet another new milestone with her appointment as a member of the Cannes Jury this year.

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While sharing her views with Vogue on her recent partnership with the brand. Deepika said, "When you're 18 and have just started earning, you don't even bother looking into a Louis Vuitton store when you walk past it because you know you're never going to be able to afford it. There are some things that are aspirational and then there are some things that are just completely out of your orbit. My association with Louis Vuitton is the latter. I'm a very practical, pragmatic person in reality, but I keep having to pinch myself because I can't believe this is real. And it speaks to the kind of diversity I hope to see in the future."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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