Scarlett Johansson And Matthew McConaughey Star In Dolce & Gabbana 'Street Of Dreams' the one Fragrance Campaign By Martin Scorsese

06 November 2013 by

Talk about Hollywood glamour! Dolce & Gabbana have brought together the male and female faces of their 'the one' fragrances, Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey in a seriously stunning black and white, retro-glam ad campaign. The resulting film, by Martin Scorsese no less is titled Street of Dreams and evokes the golden age of cinema as movie stars Scarlett and Matthew drive around New York City in a vintage automobile.

Scorsese is of course the master of New York on screen, having created various films based in the Big Apple from The Wolf of Wall Street to Gangs of New York. He is quoted at the beginning of the short film as saying, “I love those streets, they’re part of me because that’s where I grew up.” Scarlett and Matthew's characters appear to share a similar sentiment as they gaze up at the looming architecture and enact a love story against the Manhattan sky line.

We just can’t stop staring at the gorgeous Scarlett- with her hair loosely tied back off her face to highlight those serious cheekbones, we’ve never seen the blonde beauty looking quite so radiant. There’s just something about the black and white, too, that adds an old-school charm to the campaign, which also features print ads shot by eminent photographer Peter Lindbergh in timeless locations from Hollywood to Cinecittà.

Dolce & Gabbana say, "Street of Dreams is an epic story of the power of love and the power of dreams. Scorsese’s campaign tells a tale of timeless glamour through its two protagonists, Matthew McConaughey and Scarlett Johansson. United for the first time in a Dolce&Gabbana Fragrance campaign, their intensity is unmistakable as they come together on the streets of New York. It is a celebration of passion, of beauty, and of being unique."

Watch the full film above and see Lindbergh's campaign images below...


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