29th Jun 2016
Winter is coming and the fashion elite has already rolled out their campaigns for the upcoming season.?Kate Moss is the new face of Alberta Ferretti and forever showing the world why she is one of few worthy of the supermodel title bestowed upon her. Shot in black and white by photographer duo Luigi & Iango,’she brings effortless style and feminine allure to what is an elegant collection.
And the boys get a look-in.?Shot by Willy Vanderperre, styled by Olivier Rizzo, and hand picked by Kris Van Assche himself, A$AP Rocky and Larry Clark equals possibly the coolest faces to front a Dior campaign, maybe ever.?Eddie Redmayne (below) takes centre stage at Prada – shot by Craig McDean – and he’s looking mighty well.
Moschino?is’rebellious as Stella Tennant, Anja Rubik, Anna Cleveland and Raquel Zimmermann channel their inner fashion rage in this vibrant campaign. Note the Beyonc? Hold Up similarities.
Marc Jacobs is all about channelling diversity and the alluring outsider in his latest spate of campaigns. Shot by the legendary?David Sims and featuring Genesis P-Orridge, Sissy Spacek, Missy Elliott, John Tuite, Carlos Santolalla and more, his A/W 16 campaigns are the epitome of modern cool.
Burberry‘s new ad has Edie Campbell in the hot seat sporting sparkling sequins, shot by Mario Testino.
Willow Smith has been named the new face of Chanel eyewear, making this not the first time the brand have decided to use the offspring of celebrities with serious street cred in their campaigns.
?Armani go back to basics, letting the classic black and white images highlight the striking prints and detail featured in the collection.
Donatella Versace promotes racial diversity and challenges the modern idea of family with current ‘it girl’ models Gigi Hadid and Karlie Kloss.
Hana Jirickova stars alongside Jordan Barrett in the new Ermanno Scervino campaign. Love all the modern-day Hitchcock/Rear Window vibes.
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