Jake Gyllenhaal assumes a new role as the face of Ginori 1735

The American actor will lead in the Italian porcelain brand’s new campaign.

January 31, 2023: A benchmark for luxury home décor products, Ginori 1735 has always been associated with great figures of fashion, art, design, architecture, film and decor. However, this is the first time the porcelain tableware brand has chosen an actor as its ambassador. Ginori 1735, after its 2020 revamp and subsequent expansions in perfumes and other collaborations, has announced actor Jake Gyllenhaal as its official Talent. 

Jake Gyllenhaal

The campaign, shot by Gray Sorrenti and featuring Mr. Gyllenhaal, will be revealed this year in the global advertising campaign 2023/2024.

“Jake Gyllenhaal is a great master of his art, with a strong personal style and naturally embodies a timeless elegance and class that flawlessly express the perfect blend between heritage and innovation of our House. These characteristics make him perfect to reflect Ginori 1735’s vision of bringing art into everyday life and everyday life into art fully expressing one’s individuality and overcoming each distinction of age and personality through the passion for Italian culture, colour, and gracious hospitality. All of us at Ginori 1735 are excited to be working alongside Jake,” says Alain Prost, Chairman and CEO of Ginori 1735.

The actor has flawlessly portrayed multiple personalities, whether they are in romance, mystery or action. After endorsing Cartier's Santos de Cartier watch and Prada's Luna Rossa Ocean fragrance, this first-of-its-kind role from Mr. Gyllenhaal will be much awaited!

- By Pritha Debroy

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