Angelina Jolie is taking on a new job for a good cause.
The 41-year-old actress is the new face of Guerlain perfume, the lux French beauty brand announced on Monday, naming Jolie the "icon" of its new fragrance for women called Mon Guerlain. The perfume's scent is inspired by Jolie herself, and she's donating her entire salary from the campaign to charity.
Thierry Wasser, Guerlain's Master Perfumer, said in a press release that he drew his inspiration from the actress to create a fragrance expressing the idea of the "notes of a woman": the choices, emotions and dreams that embody modern femininity. The fragrance is also inspired by Jolie's childhood memory of her late mother Marcheline Bertrand's love of a Guerlain powder, the press release states.
The partnership between Jolie and Guerlain was agreed in Cambodia back in December 2015, where she was directing her film, First They Killed My Father -- an adaptation of Cambodian author and human rights activist Luong Ung's book about surviving the deadly Khmer regime.
Jolie's new gig is one of the first big projects she's announced since her headline-making split from 53-year-old Brad Pitt in September. Earlier this month, Jolie and Pitt released their first joint statement amid their divorce, in which they put on a united front for their six children after engaging in an intense custody battle. The estranged couple agreed to keep all court documents confidential, and is now engaging a private judge to make any necessary legal decisions.