Scarlett Beats Lindsay with Louis Vuitton!

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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" target="_blank">Can you hear the shrieking? It's the sound of Lindsay Lohan suffocating from jealousy. Sexiest Woman Alive Scarlett Johansson has been picked as the face of Louis Vuitton for Spring 2007. It's not the first time for Scarlett. Along with Christina Ricci and Chloë Sevigny, ScarJo represented Vuitton in 2004 (also known as the year everyone put brooches on everything).

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