Scorsese/Stones ad for Chanel unveiled

A couple weeks back, SoundCheck spilled the beans on Martin Scorsese’s plans to direct a spot for the fragrance Bleu de Chanel employing the Rolling Stones tune “She Said Yeah.” Well, here’s the commercial in all its blue-hued, quick-cut, mystifying glory.

We chuckled appreciatively upon spying Scorsese’s visual homage to Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 film “Blow-Up”; the reference is especially pertinent, since photographer David Bailey, the model for David Hemmings’ character in the pic, frequently shot the Stones in their Swinging London heyday.

BTW, if you want to hear “She Said Yeah” in its original context, it’s on two of ABKCO’s Stones reissues: the English version of “Out of Our Heads” and “December’s Children.”

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