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Fifty Shades Jamie Dornan Looks Dashing In Hogan's Spring '14 Campaign

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    It’s difficult to discuss Jamie Dornan without dropping a line about the model-slash-actor’s razor sharp looks. And, it’s these very looks that have landed the Fifty Shades of Grey star his latest fashion gig as the face of Italian brand Hogan.

    The campaign was shot by photographer Alasdair McLellan against a dreamy Venetian backdrop. It features the 31-year-old Northern Irish Adonis looking his serious-faced best, alongside model Constance Jablonski. And, although the new season collection oozes seriously cool Italian charm, it's the campaign video, showing Dornan and Jablonksi playfully chasing each other in slo-mo, that’s got us hot under the collar.

    In a statement released on Just Jared, Dornan had nothing but praise for the label: “Hogan is a cool, contemporary Italian brand. Certain brands sort of stand out [and] Hogan is one of those.”

    Having previously posed for Calvin Klein, Armani, and Dior, Dornan is no stranger to flaunting it in front of the camera. So, it's really no surprise that he would join Hogan's all-star roster that boasts both Delevingne sisters, too.

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