Woman Crush Wednesday: Nine d’Urso

Think about the most romantic, charming mix you can have in Europe, and embody it into a girl, like Nine d’Urso: half-Italian, half-French, she is exactly that winning combination. Her surname probably won’t really ring a bell, but if you think of Inès de la Fressange, one of the most chic and elegant women in Paris, you will immediately notice a resemblance. Nine is Inès’s daughter, and she inherited her mother’s beauty and class, two characteristics that certainly helped in making her the face of the fragrance Bottega Veneta’s new campaign — and they chose her again this year. Even if fashion doesn’t seem to be her main passion, Nine still enchants everyone when she happens to be on a red carpet, looking beautiful in anything, whether that’s a Dior, a Valentino, or a Giambattista Valli outfit. Cinema might be d’Urso’s path, since she studied stage acting for a few years. But there’s no rush: Nina likes to take her time and think things over: she loves books, art, museums and philosophy. And if anyone asks about her beauty secrets, she innocently answers that she sleeps a lot. We also think that that certain aura of mystery to her might help, too: she has neither Instagram, nor Facebook!

Nine d'Urso for Bottega Veneta
Nine d'Urso for Bottega Veneta
Nine d'Urso for Bottega Veneta
Nine d'Urso for Bottega Veneta
Nine d'Urso for Bottega Veneta
Nine d'Urso for Bottega Veneta
Nine d'Urso and Inès de la Frassange
Nine d'Urso by Ellen Von Unwerth
Nine d'Urso (pic by  Pinterest)
Nine d'Urso (pic by  Pinterest)
Nine d'Urso (pic by  Pinterest)
Nine d'Urso (pic by  Pinterest)

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