Jennifer Lawrence is sleek and sophisticated in the Fall 2014 Miss Dior campaign, which marks the Oscar winner’s fourth consecutive campaign for the brand. Lawrence is fresh-faced in minimal makeup as she sports slicked back hair and sexy pantsuits designed by Raf Simons. The ads feature the new “Be Dior” satchel in powder blue, pastel pink and a luxe crocodile version in canary yellow.
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Boho chic label Free People ditched its supermodel-heavy catalog in favor of an Instagram campaign featuring 27 models, bloggers, and Instafamers with significant Instagram followings. This is in keeping with the recent social media campaign trends from fashion brands including Oscar de la Renta, Rag & Bone, and Equipment. Free People’s fall collection is shot in scenic desert and forest settings, perfectly capturing the boho spirit of the brand. According to Fashionista, the campaign was shot over a period of 14 days in New York, Paris, London and L.A. Be on the lookout for the brand’s full lookbook in their September print catalog.
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Marshall has been an iconic name in rock ‘n’ roll amongst musicians and fans alike since the creation of its first amp during the ’60s. The Marshall Headphones Autumn 2014 campaign, entitled Exile, was inspired by the moment when bands feel the urge to seek refuge – be it from others, monotony, or from themselves. A place to rejuvenate without restriction, alter perspectives, and where an atmosphere of abandon, debauchery, and excess prevail.
The campaign was shot over a period of five days at a castle in Valence, France, where lifestyle photographer Jason Lee Parry stayed with models, as well as musicians from the bands Graveyard, Arrows of Love and The Family Rain. This uninhibited environment gave Parry an all-access pass to shoot candidly at any time during the day or night, and the raw material he captured fully embodies the authentic spirit of this unique campaign.
The Major over-hear headphones featured in the campaign retail for $120, while The Minor in-ear buds retail for $60. There’s no need to worry about the headphones clashing with your outfit, as they’re available in universally flattering color ways including black, brown and white.
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Supermodel turned action star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has been named the first celebrity face of Moroccanoil, creator of luxury hair and bodycare products. Rosie shows off her luscious long locks in the ad, providing us with major hairspiration, and the urge to buy a bottle of the cult fave haircare staple Moroccanoil Treatment ASAP.
In addition to the print campaign, the model stars in a video campaign directed by Twilight actress Bryce Dallas Howard, which will launch on September 17. The video series features Huntington-Whiteley and five other influential women discussing the women who inspire them, along with their beauty influences. According to WWD, the model names her sister, mother, Rihanna and Stevie Nicks as her biggest influences.
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Vogue ‘Instagirl’ Cara Delevingne looks stunningly fresh in the sultry new Tom Ford Black Orchid fragrance campaign, shot by Mario Sorrenti. The model of the moment flaunts her envy-worthy body wearing nothing but a smoky eye and slicked back hair while halfway submerged in a pool of water filled with floating orchids. This marks Delevingne’s second Fall 2014 beauty campaign, as she has starred in ads for YSL Beauty since Spring 2013.
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Saint Laurent’s fall ad campaign features model Valery Kaufman in retro glam looks from Hedi Slimane’s glittery and sequined fall collection. Saint Laurent staples including studded leather jackets and boots are paired with sequined and lamé dresses to create glam rock looks with an elegant and modern flair.
Slimane captures Kaufman channelling a 60′s factory girl, complete with a blunt bob and winged eyeliner, in Saint Laurent’s fall campaign images and video, which features music by Mr. Elevator & The Brain Hotel.
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Oscar de la Renta just released its fall campaign on Instagram. The campaign was shot in NYC by Norman Jean Roy, and features Diana Moldovan in exquisitely detailed ball gowns, dresses and jackets in luxurious fabrics. Everything from the hair, makeup and accessories perfectly enhances the polished elegance of the collection.
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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
Answer: No, it probably wont.
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!