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Elle – As a kid growing up in downtown New York City, Scarlett Johansson would regularly see Kate Moss and Gisele Bündchen on David Yurman billboards overlooking Soho. So it was “a very nice, really big deal” when she was handpicked—along with actor Henry Golding—as the latest David Yurman muse to get her very own XL ad, along with a short film where she gets chased by the paparazzi, rolls around in bed, and sings “New York, New York.” (Yes, besides fighting Thanos and fighting for fair pay, Johansson can also sing very well.)

To talk about the new campaign, Johansson called us from home in New York—we love a local girl!—to discuss male gazes, female expectations, and what happens when she really needs to talk to someone.

You’ve posed in a bed for Dolce & Gabbana, for your recent Amazon commercial, and now for David Yurman. Did they come to you and say, “Okay, it’s a bed shot!” or at this point, is that just a given?
Oh yes, you know, I’ve tried to do every campaign in my life from bed. [Laughs.] Yeah, I find it really great to roll out of bed, and then go through about six hours of hair and makeup, and then just get back into a bed.
So the secret to bedhead is six hours of glam.
Yes. You look better when you get back into the bed after all that hair and makeup! I’m sure there’s a quote from Marilyn Monroe or Liz Taylor about wearing diamonds in bed…But yeah, I guess advertisers—I mean, I guess, male advertisers or men who are advertising executives, love to see me in bed with lots of jewelry. I guess it’s a thing.
I assume when you actually go to bed…
I take off all my jewelry. Yes. So this idea that I’m asleep wearing such incredible jewelry, all this amazing David Yurman, it’s cool, but I’m sorry to say, it’s sort of counterintuitive! And yes, most nights I have like, a ring or two that I wear to bed. But eight gold bangles on each arm? No. And a giant gold and diamond hugger? No. I don’t just have diamonds kicking around in my bed. That would get kind of dangerous.
Speaking of dangerous, do you ever subscribe to superstitions when it comes to jewelry? Some people believe certain pieces are haunted.
I have that feeling about some material objects. When I was younger, I used to collect Victorian jewelry. When I started, like, making my own money, if I traveled somewhere, I would track down antique collectibles and rare pieces. I remember working in England, and working in New Orleans, and finding pieces of Victorian jewelry and…I don’t know, it’s like, the jewelry would choose me. Suddenly, I’d be really drawn to a particular piece and I wouldn’t even know why. I think only jewelry can do that to you!
The theme of the campaign is “come closer,” which I suppose is something you can do in a bedroom. But also, how have you had to adjust your idea of coming closer during these past two years in isolation?
I’m always a face-to-face girl. If I need to tell you something important, I want to tell you face to face. So on the one hand, thank God for video chat and FaceTime and all that. That’s been a lifesaver. On the other hand, even though I love seeing my nieces and nephews grow and I can do that via video call, I hate talking about anything important on the phone! I want to see you in person. Either that, or I want to send you an email or write to you. I do like writing long letters to people.
Is there an element of “come closer” that’s also connected to being famous? Like, you’re a real person, but you’re faced with images of yourself every day, even though they’re not exactly you, per se.
I have an advantage because I’ve been [acting] for such a long time that it doesn’t phase me as much. It’s not that I’m jaded, but I just see that “image” as an extension of my work, you know? It’s like, “Okay, I’m in this thing. My face will be everywhere. That’s marketing; that’s not me.” To be honest with you, it might also come from growing up in New York where there are images everywhere, and then the next day, they’re gone and new billboards or posters go up…I think it’s probably weirder for my daughter, because if it’s not your [job] and you’re not used to it, those moments can be extremely startling. And you know, I’m sure I do have a lot of other feelings about this! [Laughs.] But I guess I’m used to it.

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Harpers Bazaar – The actress stars in David Yurman’s new campaign dedicated to New York City.
As a twentysomething in Manhattan, Scarlett Johansson would see David Yurman’s fine jewelry ads plastered around the city. “I always felt like if you were in a Yurman campaign, you’d really made it,” she tells BAZAAR. So starring in the luxury brand’s new campaign was an absolute no-brainer for her.

Yurman photographed the new mom and two-time Academy Award-nominated actress alongside Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding as its first-ever celebrity ambassador duo. They’re shot by Lachlan Bailey at elite NYC hotspots like The Carlyle’s famed Bemelmen’s Bar, which comes with white-glove service and a socialite-studded guest list. A fan of David Yurman’s signature cuff bracelets and delicate necklaces, Johansson wears them casually stacked in the ads for an elevated all-purpose look.

Johansson felt especially drawn to David Yurman’s latest project because it reminded her of everything she adores about the big city. “Having grown up in Greenwich Village, I know New York City like the back of my hand. I feel most comfortable in the rhythm and pacing of this city because everything feels possible. It’s unpredictable and offers a sense of wonder, which makes every day feel important and exciting.”

“I grew up spending most of my weekends with my grandma, Dorothy,” the movie star adds. “There were many places we visited together, depending on what struck our mood. Going to the Staten Island Zoo and taking the ferry was a favorite. We also loved going for Dim Sum in Chinatown on Mott Street on Sundays. Every time I have shrimp dumplings, I think of my grandma. We used to love passing the fish markets and looking at all the live eels in the buckets. After lunch, we would get custard buns on Canal Street.”

She continues, “It’s been such a difficult couple of years for many people, spending time apart from our family and friends and the regular routines that give us a sense of self and peace of mind. The ‘Come Closer’ campaign is about recapturing our connectivity with our loved ones, but also with our environment and ourselves.”

Despite being one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, the star says that she keeps her everyday jewelry edit simple, calling on more dramatic pieces for special occasions. “I look for jewelry that makes a statement – whether that be through its artistic design, color, or length. I’ve been collecting Victorian jewelry since I was a teenager and am fond of elaborate and decadent jewelry styles that feature mixed metals and stones.”

But what she likes best is the kind of jewelry you can pile on. “I’m a sucker for a beautiful chain,” she divulges. “Yurman has so many of them and they are so gorgeously hand-crafted. I love layering all different lengths and links, for day and night.”

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Scarlett and Henry Golding were unveiled yesterday as the new faces for David Yurman new campaign Come Closer. The shoot is to show cases of Scarlett’s home of New York and shows her live in it. The commercial is just beautiful to look at and some of Scarlett’s best looks with the photoshoot. If you would like to find out more or see some of the items Scarlett has on you can view the the website Here. And you can watch the video below and full photos are up in the gallery.

An ode to the city we love, our campaign film brings to life moments of glamour and everyday beauty with Scarlett Johansson, a born-and-bred New Yorker. Growing up in New York’s Greenwich Village, Scarlett always felt connected to David Yurman, seeing their ad campaigns in her favorite fashion magazines. For Johansson, their designs embodied the city’s spirit—bold, fresh and a bit of edge. For our Come Closer campaign, fashion photographer Lachlan Bailey captured the mother, founder, five-time Golden Globe and two-time Academy Award-nominated actress at New York City’s iconic Carlyle Hotel and its famed Bemelmans Bar.“Scarlett is the embodiment of the David Yurman woman. A native New Yorker at the top of her craft she forges her own path.”

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