Hollywood A-lister Scarlett Johansson, 37, looked incredibly sensual in pictures from her latest advertisement. She was seen posing as David Yurman’s first celebrity ambᴀssadors for the jewelry brand’s ‘Come Closer’ campaign and showed off her Sєxy side while she was at it.
One of the picture, featured her in bed with nothing but a white sheet wrapped around her as she stares into the camera with a serious look. Well, that was enough to leave her fans drooling.
In the picture, Scarlett gracefully flaunted her gold bracelets and a gold ring from David Yurman in the snapsH๏τ and proved that the accessories are certainly flattering.
In another pH๏τo for the campaign, she’s in a white sweatshirt and gray baseball cap as she wears three other selections of bracelets, another gold ring, gold earrings, and a silver chain link style necklace.
Apart from the gorgeous pictures, Scarlett also appeared in a video ad for the brand and it was shared on its official Instagram page. Clips show sH๏τs that look similar to the pics and the He’s Just Not That Into You star, who wears multiple outfits and hairstyles, even flashes a smile at some points throughout.
As per the recent HollywoodLife report, David Yurman’s ‘Come Closer’ campaign featuring Scarlett “celebrates the joy of closeness and connection in our challenging times, featuring intimate images of two of the world’s most recognizable celebrities against the backdrop of David Yurman’s perennial inspiration and home of New York City.”
Scarlett in a recent interaction with PEOPLE spoke about the brand and called it the “embodiment of the David Yurman woman.” She also shared her views on the campaign and how the New York aspect of it is special to her.
“New York is unstoppable. Being a New Yorker means knowing how to hail a taxi from the opposite side of the street,” she told the outlet.
“Growing up in New York, I’ve always felt connected to David Yurman,” she added. “The Yurmans and their designs always embodied New York for me – bold, fresh and just a bit of edge. When Evan [Yurman] approached me with this opportunity and shared his vision for the campaign, I already felt so linked to the brand that it was a natural fit.”