Cara Delevingne has become the first model to appear solo in a Topshop campaign by becoming the star of the store’s latest ads. This girl’s 15 minutes of fame is not running out anytime soon. We are beyond obsessed, it’s no wonder Topshop wanted her all to themselves.
Styled by Topshop’s creative director, and former Vogue fashion editor, Kate Phelan. Photographed by Alasdair McLellan. The series was shot for 12 images and we even have a fun video to share!
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Supermodels Sasha Pivovarova and Andreea Diaconu are the epitome of boho chic in Chloé’s fall campaign, where the two can be seen roadtripping in a convertible and frolicking through idyllic pastures while rocking fur and feather coats, flowy dresses and perfectly tousled tresses.
All three images prominently feature Pivovarova’s accessories, including a pair of geometric tortoiseshell sunglasses and purple snakeskin handbag.
The campaign was shot by Dutch photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin in upstate New York. In addition to the print campaign, Chloé will be releasing an accompanying short film on chloe.com on August 1. The teaser can be viewed on Chloé’s Instagram and Twitter feeds.
Images via WWD, Fashion Gone Rogue
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This is Kate’s 7th campaign for Stella McCartney and we can’t say we are at all mad about it.
They are indeed a wonderful combo and we wouldn’t trade it for the world.
For this fall, Moss was styled by, long-time friend, Stella McCartney herself and photographed in London by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
The ads which feature Moss in a frame of zippered boarders with naturally textured backgrounds is whimsical, sophisticated and winter themed (i.e. the iceberg background textures in a few of the ads) – in the least obvious of ways.
The focus of the campaign, apparently, was meant to be the Cavendish bag, but we can’t help letting our eye wander to the outskirts of the images where we are finding so much attention to detail.
That is to say, we love it. The entire campaign is a winner in our eyes and we hope you love it just as much as we do, enjoy!
It seems to be a great family affair in this Fall/Winter campaign for Lanvin. The fashion house cast’s British model, Edie Campbell, and her whole family for the campaign. We have Campbell’s mother Sophie Hicks, father Roddy Campbell, sister Olympia and brother who all make an appearance in the new advertisements lensed by Tim Walker with creative direction by House + Holme. The theme is inspired by the brand’s 125th year anniversary as well as the mother and daughter logo.
Tom Ford debuted some of the images from his fall 2014 campaign ad and it’s epic.
Shot by Johnny Dufort, who is also one of the newest hot-shots on the block, captured the ultimate dream team of ‘It’ models of the moment. The dream team of models which include the likes of Ella Richards, Lida Fox, Yaya Descosta and Gigi Hadid and Patrick Schwarzenegger in a seperate eyewear image were cast accordingly to enhance the importance of personal style through the line.
Each model looks absolutely stunning and we can’t wait to see the release of the rest of the campaign later this year.
After a three season break and a new baby, Lara Stone has reunited with Calvin Klein as the face of a joint fall campaign for Calvin Klein jeans and Calvin Klein underwear.
The ads were kept simple with a black and white color scheme and minimal makeup and clothing. In the photos by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot, the Dutch beauty is captured in a topless shot and subtly-sexy pose alongside Matt Terry. The ad continues the #mycalvins campaign that was launched on social media back in February, with the hashtag #mycalvins strategically set against the black and white background. The social media campaign that included celebrities such as: Kendall Jenner, Vanessa Hudgens, and Miranda Kerr, engaged over 6 million fans, extending from underwear to jeans.
images via Fashion Gone Rogue
Gigi Hadid is the newest face of Guess, which is absolutely no surprise to us, I mean she’s a total bombshell. The hottie stars in the brand’s Western-themed fall campaign — shot by Ellen von Unwerth — along with Samantha Hoopes, Bojana Ksrmanovic and Yara Khmidan.
The girls all look western glam as they model denim on denim, high-waisted jeans and pencil skirts for one sexy look. It’s the perfect classic Guess vibe we all know and love. And Gigi is making her debut on this scene.
NIC+ZOE, an American fashion brand recognized for its innovative knitwear, is set to launch a F/W 14 ad campaign with AIR PARIS featuring Angela Lindvall. AIR PARIS is an independent full-service service agency with an expertise in brand development, through tailor-made strategy, innovative creativity, unique advertising and custom 360° brand experiences. So it only seems fitting to have these two power houses collaborate.
Creative Director, Klitos Teklos brought the best creatives he knows to make this campaign a reality. With renowned photographer Dusan Reljin and stylist Sarah Gore Reeves, with hair by Kevin Ryan and make-up by Frank B, this team worked so elegantly together, and it shows through the photographs.
CEO Susie Mulder said “Angela was the perfect choice for NIC+ZOE, not only is she a beautiful and highly respected model but also a dedicated mother leading an activist lifestyle. Angela’s personal passions around empowering women and maintaining a balanced and environmentally aware lifestyle are perfectly aligned with our brand and our company values.” The campaign also includes a BTS video featuring conversations between Angela, Susie and Zoë, the brand’s namesake and Director of Merchandising.
Teklos’s vision was to combine two strong elements together; the strong and aspirational woman and the beautifully rich textures that she wears. A symbol of balance, they emphasize the modern woman who goes about her busy day while looking great, being comfortable and maintaining a centered sense of herself.
The integrated ad campaign will launch in the September issues of top fashion publications such as: Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and Lucky. Additionally it will launch across digital properties, with print and video featuring Angela Lindvall, and a newly revamped website also designed by AIR PARIS. NIC+ZOE is available at major department stores, top specialty players and online at www.nicandzoe.com.
Winona Ryder is an icon, there is no question about it. Winona has also been off the radar for a while.
But, she is back and in the best possible way.
Winona is the face of Rag & Bone’s fall 2014 campaign.
Chosen for her beautiful, timeless quality, she will be featured opposite actor Michael Pitt who will be appearing in the men’s campaign for the second time now.
Winona seems to be the perfect fit for the brand; simple, sophisticated and just the right amount of structured comfortability. Rag & Bone is modern and rugged without losing it’s feminine appeal, which is why we are stuck wondering why this grouping was never more apparent in the past. However, we are just happy that it is happening now.
The full campaign will be released later this summer so keep your eyes pealed for more black and white beauty.
Image via Fashionista.com
New creative director and design director, Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley decided to break out of the “stale” mold that Marc by Marc Jacobs has been said to be in, and took the label in a rebellious and bold direction for its Fall 2014 campaign. Creating a collection that was influenced by skate, BMX, and K-Pop, the duo managed to create a very youthful and fun collection that is very unconventional in comparison to the label’s previous collections.
Choosing to keep with their unconventional methods, the duo took to social media to promote their “rebel-esque” collection. They decided to host a casting call for aspiring campaign models, asking individuals to take a picture of themselves on either Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag, #castmemarc. After sifting through over 70,000 entries, they finally narrowed it down to 30 finalists, before choosing 9 models to fly out to New York to be styled by Katie Grand and shot by David Sims. The ads were first released to WWD, and will be available for everyone to see in August’s Teen Vogue issue.
The campaign captures the youthful and rebellious nature that Hillier and Bartley created through the line, as well as creates a relatable and real image by casting everyday people, showing that everyone can wear the Marc by Marc Jacobs line.
images via Fashionista