Johnny Depp for Dior and 10 Other Ad Campaigns Featuring Hot Older Celebs

Johnny Depp courtesy of Dior

From David Bowie for Louis Vuitton to John Stamos for Dannon Greek yogurt, 10 campaigns featuring hot older celebs we love.

Johnny Depp — there’s a face we don’t see enough. For the first time, the actor has signed on as the face of a fragrance, and Dior is the house lucky enough to take him on. The scent, the house’s first of its kind in ten years, is composed by Dior perfumer François Demachy and is due out in September, closer to when the name and campaign will be revealed.

But enough about the fragrance, at least until closer to launch…we’re excited about Johnny Depp for Dior, and it’s making us want to take a look back at the other hot celebs featured in campaigns. Yes, ladies like Cher and Joan Didion have been in the spotlight as of late, but the guys have always been around. So it’s time to take a minute to appreciate these 10 campaigns featuring our favorite, more mature leading men.

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JUDE LAW FOR DIOR HOMME 

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GEORGE CLOONEY FOR OMEGA

OMEGA-GBI

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BRAD PITT FOR CHANEL

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JOHN STAMOS FOR DANNON

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DAVID BECKHAM FOR H&M

davidbeckham_hm_blackbook

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DAVID BECKHAM FOR BELSTAFF

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DAVID BOWIE FOR LOUIS VUITTON

davidbowie_louisvuitton_blackbook

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ETHAN HAWKE FOR PRADA

ethanhawke_prada_blackbook

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JUDE LAW FOR DUNHILL

judelaw_dunhill_blackbook

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PIERCE BROSNAN FOR OMEGA

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