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Elle and Dakota Fanning Front J. Estina Fall Campaign

By Raymondleejewelers @raymondleejwlrs

Superstar sisters Dakota and Elle Fanning are once again the faces for J. Estina. Having headlined last year’s campaign for the South Korean jeweler, the Fanning girls are back and looking more sophisticated than ever. The allure of the current campaign belies their young years. Dakota is 19 and Elle is a mere 15, but J. Estina’s new campaign has them showing off their glamorous sides. Fans of the girls and the jewelry line will love it.

Elle and Dakota Fanning for J. Estina Jewelry

via E!

You probably remember Dakota as the cute little girl in peril in the Tom Cruise movie, “War of the Worlds” or as the teenaged Volturi vampire Jane in the “Twilight” movie saga. Her younger sister Elle is best known for her roles as the young female protagonist in the horror flick “Super 8″ and as the homeschooled Lily in “We Bought a Zoo.” Both of the sisters are extremely popular with movie audiences and easily recognized for their fair skin, light blond hair, and strong resemblance to each other. Their box office popularity and natural beauty make them perfect choices for the J. Estina campaign.

Photos from the current campaign show both sisters dressed in all-white outfits. The white is there to better accentuate their blond hair and make the company’s jewelry they are both wearing stand out with great clarity. Rings, earrings, necklaces, and watches from the J. Estina line sparkle against the girls’ porcelain white skin and give them an appealing look that hearkens back to the glamor girl movie stars of the 1940′s.

Photos from the Los Angeles shoot are scheduled to start appearing in magazines in July 2013 to advertise the fall line. Fans of J. Estina jewelry and the Fanning sisters will no doubt be pleased by the new look the label has created for the girls. You’ll be sure to want to capture this distinctive look for yourself, and J. Estina is there to help you achieve it.

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