Louis Vuitton's creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière, has unveiled a sneak peek at the house's Spring/Summer 2015 ad campaign on his Instagram account. The full campaign, which is the Paris-based design house's second campaign to be photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber, and Juergen Teller, is set to arrive early next year. Jennifer Connelly, who befriended Ghesquière during his tenure at Balenciaga when she wore one of his designs for the Oscars in 2002, stars in the campaign alongside Danish model Freja Beha Erichsen. Both are pictured toting bags with the newly recreated Louis Vuitton logo. As the Wall Street Journal reported in November, the iconic house's logo was one of the first things Ghesquière wanted to alter. WSJ's Christina Passariello wrote: "HERE’S WHAT Nicolas Ghesquière thought Louis Vuitton needed: a new logo. It was an unlikely place to begin revamping the world’s biggest luxury-goods brand. Vuitton’s brown-and-gold monogram is one of the most recognizable on the planet. But Ghesquière, who joined Vuitton a year ago as artistic director of its women’s collections, said he wanted “something easier and more supple, less geometric and rounder” to symbolize the new style at the legendary trunk maker."