The magic wrought by Maria Grazia Chiuri's creations appears to have no bounds, as Dior continually finds new, unheard-of ways to elevate what its creative director is capable of. The Dior woman distinguishes herself with a vibrant personality and impeccable style and none other than Razane Jammal has what it takes to personify the elegance of the Dior woman in an authentic, Middle Eastern way.
The Lebanese-British actress has just been named the Middle Eastern representative for the Dior womenswear line. Jammal, who has made numerous breathtaking red carpet appearances wearing Dior, will now formally serve as the face of the designer's enchanting creations for the venerable French house.
The accomplished actress, made history this year when she appeared in the Netflix series Sandman, becoming the first Arab actor to join the DC cinematic universe. The actress has now accomplished yet another significant milestone.
In an Instagram post announcing her appointment as Dior's Middle East Ambassador, Jamal shared two of her first fashion looks with the brand. In the post, the actress expressed her feelings about her new role, saying that she's finally found her place after a long journey and it is the beginning of a brilliant collaboration, whereby she can't wait to embody the timeless creations.
Dior has released special campaign images, photographed by Ali Kalyoncu, featuring the stunning actress dressed in the most recent designs conceived by Maria Grazia Chiuri for the brand's ready-to-wear line to commemorate the occasion.
Razane Jammal, who grew up in Beirut, Lebanon, began her career in the industry when she was only 17 years old. She has achieved great success both in Lebanon and abroad, having played a variety of roles and in different dialects. She recently rose to prominence as Lyta Hall in the new Netflix hit series "The Sandman." She has also appeared in several films and television shows, including Kanye West's Cruel Summer, director Robert Guediguian's Une Histoire de Fou, Carlos, which won a Golden Globe, and many others.
Jammal is best known in the Middle East and North Africa for her role in Netflix's first Arabic original, Paranormal. She also co-starred in MBC's comedy series, Embratoreyet Meen, with Egyptian actress Hend Sabry.
Jammal was also the former Middle East face of the French luxury fashion house Chanel, appearing on the covers of Marie Claire, Harpers Bazar, and Plastik, among others. Jammal is Dior's second Middle Eastern spokesperson, following the appointment of Saudi actress and musician Aseel Omran earlier this year. She is also in a prestigious body internationally, as she is a Dior brand ambassador alongside Anya Taylor-Joy, Nina Dobrev, and Natalie Portman.