Actress and singer Cher has been photographed by David Sims for Marc Jacobs' fall 2015 ad campaign.
On Wednesday, a campaign preview image of the 69-year-old was shared on stylist Katie Grand's Instagram. Cher appears in a floor-length black dress, a leather moto jacket and leather gloves. Her long dark hair is perfectly frizzed.
It's still unknown if Cher will star in the campaign individually, or if this is just the first in a series of images with a variety models, according to Fashionista.
Jacobs surprisingly attended this month's Met Gala arm-in-arm with Cher before the ad partnership was revealed.
Last week, Jacobs was honored by his alma matter Parsons School of Design for his contributions to fashion design.
"'Real' women are the reason the fashion industry exists. I am thrilled every time I see a woman on the street wearing [Marc Jacobs] ... The way women choose to wear [Marc] is the way to wear it, because the clothes belong to them and their lives [and] their vision," Jacobs told Elle after receiving the award from Anna Wintour, Condé Nast's artistic director and Vogue editor-in-chief, at the school's 67th annual Parsons Fashion Benefit.
This is Jacobs' second time being honored by the school since graduating from the institution in 1984. The designer was also awarded the Fashion Benefit's Designer of the Year award following his graduating student runway show.
Parsons has previously honored Jason Wu and Hugo Boss in 2014, Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez and Hudson's Bay in 2013, Donna Karan in 2012 and Reed Krakoff in 2011.
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