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Madonna in the infamous "bunny ears" for Louis Vuitton's fall/winter ad campaign. Photo courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Madonna's Louis Vuitton fall/winter 2009-2010 ad campaign images have finally been officially released.

We've been going out of our minds waiting to get our hands on them.

Creative director Marc Jacobs once again chose Madonna as the face of the french label -- the Material Girl showed off her flexibility in LV's spring/summer campaign, which had a hard, sexually-charged vibe.

This time around, though, the series of images, has a lush, even romantic feel.

Jacobs went with an old Hollywood direction for the campaign, with a Man Ray influence.

MJ and Madonna reunited with photographer Steven Meisel, who shot the previous campaign (and the provocative Calvin Klein billboard).

"After the fun we had with the spring/summer campaign, and the amazing reaction to it, all of us – Madonna, Steven and myself – were eager to get back together for fall/winter," Jacobs explains.

The campaign breaks in August.

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Madonna's Louis Vuitton Ad Campaign
Madonna returns as the face of Louis Vuitton for the fashion house's Fall/Winter 2009-2010 campaign.
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Madonnas Louis Vuitton Ad Campaign

    Madonna wore this ensemble, complete with oversized scrunchy/bunny ears to this year's Met Costume Institute Gala in May.

    Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

    Marc Jacobs sought a softer, more intimate quality than last season's campaign.

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    Photographer Steven Meisel used a technique called "solarization," favored by the legendary Man Ray, to achieve a techno-rainbow exposure.

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    Marc Jacobs says there is a unity to the campaigns "it feels like we have completed both parts of the story." (Referring to Madonna's last turn as the face of Louis Vuitton.)

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    The lush, colorful clothing was inspired by Tamara de Lempicka artwork.

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    This is the face of a 50-year-old. Amazing. The purse is not too shabby either.

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