British High Street chain, Marks and Spencer, have hired a pair of Hollywood A-Listers to star in their new advertisement campaign for their Autumn/Winter collection.

The well known brand have hired film actor Ryan Reynolds and model turned actress Rosie Huntington-Whitely to star in a series of print adverts to promote the latest Autograph collection at Marks and Spencer.

The glamorous advertisements will grace the pages of many magazines and billboards over the coming months, and the high street chain is hoping the inclusion of the two high profile film stars will bring a touch of glamour to their brand.

Marks and Spencer has enjoyed a resurgence of popularity in the last few years, helped by their decision to hire famous faces such as 60’s model Twiggy, former X-Factor judge Danni Minogue, presenter Myleene Klass and footballer Jamie Redknapp to star in their TV adverts. Their seasonal adverts saw even more familiar faces promote the Marks and Spencer name with the likes of funny man Peter Kay and Take That joining the promotional campaign.

The new adverts for Marks and Spencer starring 34-year-old Ryan and 24-year-old Rosie were shot by BAFTA Awards photographer, Greg Williams, on location at St Pancras Grand in London.

Other new names hired for the latest Collezione Collection advertising campaign for Autumn/Winter at Marks and Spencer includes model David Gandy and The Saturday’s singer, Mollie King. Twiggy, Lisa Snowdon and Jamie Redknapp will also return this season, although its’ believed Dannii Minogue, Jade Jagger and Myleene Klass will not.

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