The actress was announced as the face of Marc Jacobs Beauty on Monday, and the designer shared a new picture of Ryder's ad campaign via Instagram.
In the photo, the brunette beauty rocks a cat eye with understated makeup. Her hair is styled in a vintage updo, as she clutches her pearls with her face pressed against a mirror.
"It is with great pride (and pleasure) that I 'leak' this image from our upcoming 2016 MARC JACOBS BEAUTY campaign," Jacobs captioned the photo. "It stars my dear friend (of over two and a half decades), the stunningly beautiful and extraordinarily talented, Winona Ryder."
"I am reminded of one of my all time favorite films: The Last Year at Marienbad. The flawless cool, elegant and timeless chic of actress Delphine Seyrig has long been a reference of mine. The force of the surreal calm, and painstaking fetishistic polish of this film and its heroine are truly 'ON FLEEK' and continues to inspire me to date," he added. "No one I know could exude the adjectives I've listed as perfectly as Winona does... She does not model the look she gets into the role- and exudes it! A brilliant mind, talent, and physical beauty like no other, I am delighted to share this image of Winona with my IG fans and followers today."
The 44-year-old "Beetlejuice" star shared her excitement about landing the campaign with Allure on Monday too.
"It's fantastic, and it's a huge honor," Ryder told the mag about her new partnership. "What I love about Marc – and there are many things – is that we both have a very similar penchant for past eras, and the history of fashion and culture. He doesn't go for the cookie-cutter woman, for lack of a better expression."
We love this pairing -- especially when you remember Winona once shoplifted a ton of pricey clothes and accessories from Saks Fifth Avenue, including a $760 Marc Jacobs sweater. Clearly there's no bad blood here though, as the actress and designer have been friends for years.
We can't wait to see more stunning shots from Winona's Marc Jacobs Beauty campaign -- what do you think about her big debut? Tell toofab below and check out the gallery above to see more women of the '90s then and now!