Fashion brand John Elliott have enlisted fashion photographer Patrick Maus to shoot their latest spring/summer 2017 campaign entitled ‘Watching Water’. Nature serves as the backdrop to the shoot that features minimal and streamlined men and women’s basics, vibrant biker jackets and Japanese dry process denim jeans. The images simultaneously flaunt subtlety and beauty with a series of earth tone warmth. Read more […]
Sure American company Calvin Klein has weight among the US elite of brands, but let’s face it, they were in a bind with both capturing the younger buyers whilst still appealing to the older clientele. With Raf Simmons now at the helm as Chief Creative Director of the company, that’s sure to change. It’s quite evident that Simmons is tying the knot between traditional American style of the past with the possibilities of the modern and future, and the latest made-to-order ‘Calvin Klein By Appointment’ Read more […]
Placing an emphasis on the now generation of young movers and shakers, German brand HUGO Hugo Boss taps photographer Harley Weir for their spring/summer 2017 campaign. Luka Sabbat, Anwar Hadid, along with Wyatt and Fletcher Shears are some of the people starring as the California desert serves as the backdrop. The new collection includes floral printed suiting, tapered chinos, water-repellent trench coats and sleek bomber jackets. The cooled down tones are reflective of the coming transition Read more […]
Fashion company Prada aim at venturing beyond conventionalism with their latest 365 campaign video. With five visual presentations:Pathways, Frontiers, Stations, Exits and Terrains, the idea of separate stories in some shape and form tie in together yet still contain elements of individuality. The video and campaign, filmed and shot by Willy Vanderperre, features models Saskia De Brauw, Amanda Murphy, Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Oliver Houlby and more. The final story includes none other than Jude Read more […]
Proving why they remain one as one of the leaders of fashion, luxury brand Louis Vuitton unveil their latest Series 6 campaign by Nicolas Ghesquière, showcasing sensuality along with their stamp of elegance. Shot by fashion photographer Bruce Weber in Paris, the campaign features Sasha Lane, Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connelly and Adèle Exarchopoulos. The clothing which includes sheer tops and skirts, as well as women’s tailored blazers, are captured among the surrounding French beauty. Read more […]
Siblings Ruth and May Bell are the faces of Dior’s new Spring/Summer 17 campaign. Shot by French photographer Brigitte Lacombe, the new collection spans from playful and sporty to nightly sophistication with the company placing an emphasis on tailored suits, evening dresses and sheer tops. The S/S 17 campaign is a piece of the The Woman Behind the Lens project in which female photographers will shoot bits of the collection with their personal take on it, which will be showcased soon. Read more […]
The Saint Laurent team unveil their new Spring 2017 campaign with a video directed by Nathalie Canguilhem. Filmed in the California desert, the short film features Hip-Hop star Travis Scott as well as models Agnes Akerlund, Vittoria Ceretti, Steffy Argelich, David Friend and more. The group of models drive across the landscape with hedonistic clips weaved in between. The new collection by Anthony Vaccarello comes as the company continue to re-establish their brand since the leaving of Hedi Slimane. Read more […]
London team Art Comes First continue to combine a punk/rude boy flair to the world of fashion with their new Autumn/Winter 2016 collection. The latest pieces include leather biker jackets with houndstooth sleeves and lapels, collarless blazers, leather bags and their signature open crown hats, just to name a few. With black and grey mainly the palette, Art Comes First continues to blend the ideas of edgy and street chic. Read more […]
Russian designer, photographer and overall creative Gosha Rubchinskiy yet again lends his talents to British brand Topman for their 2016 Christmas campaign. Shot in a gritty, industrial setting that has been a staple of Rubchinskiy’s imagery, the series of photographs were also followed by a campaign video that Moscow-based Rubchinskiy also directed. This continued collaboration comes as no surprise as Gosha Rubchinskiy has lensed a number of editorials throughout the year featuring various brands. Check out the images and video below.
Supermodel and actress Cara Delevingne joins PUMA as the face of their new ‘Do You’ campaign. Directed by Rihanna, images of Delevingne strolling through New York City in various activewear pieces are also accompanied by studio shots which features the UK model flexing her fit figure.