Published on Apr 26, 2012 by CottonFabricOfMyLife
Actress Camilla Belle showcases both her Brazilian heritage and her love of her hometown, Los Angeles, as the star of the latest “The Fabric of My Life” Campaign from Cotton Incorporated. Featuring looks from Thakoon, Milly and Prada.
To see Camilla’s full campaign and read her very own blog, head to
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You can now head over to the Cotton Consumer website to see the Camilla’s Style Files. There you will be hear straight from Camilla things that inspire her, whether they are fashion, food, fitness, or lifestyle. Below is one of her latest posts:
My Style Files
April 9, 2012
Hi guys, it’s me, Camilla. I’m excited to share my first official fashion and lifestyle blog with you – this is a new role for me and I hope you enjoy it.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel the world since I was a young girl. Like you, I love fashion, and I’m looking forward to sharing things I’ve seen and learned on my travels and showing you a little more of my personality than you may have seen in my films and photo shoots. One of the most important aspects of who I am is my Brazilian heritage. I love food and all types of dance and music. I’m fascinated with foreign languages and learning the cultures behind them. And I love celebrating fashion, whether it’s on the front row of a fashion show, walking a red carpet, in an editorial spread for a magazine…or just spending the day running errands around my hometown, Los Angeles. And I’ll admit it. When I’m home alone, I blast my music and dance around like a crazy person. C’mon, you know you do it, too.
I’m looking forward to us getting to know each other and I hope you are, too.
In an attempt to appeal to the young adult female consumer base, Cotton Incorporated has hired Camilla Belle and Emmy Rossum to star in a pair of new commercials.
The “From Prada to Nada” actress and the “Shameless” starlet will serve as celebrity ambassadors in the new “A Tale of Two Cities” themed spots.
Glenn Sciachitano, Cotton Inc’s advertising boss told press, “We partner with inspirational young celebrity ambassadors who resonate with our core demographic of women 18 to 34. They give us a great palette to showcase the versatility of cotton garments by showcasing their interests.”
The new campaign, budgeted at $20 million, will be hitting television and internet in the weeks to come.