BURBERRY REVEALS RICCARDO TISCI'S FIRST AD CAMPAIGN FOR THE HOUSE
Riccardo Tisci revealed his debut ad campaign for Burberry. The campaign presents the British house's SS19 collection, which celebrates the melting pot of creativity and style traditions the city of London is.
To bring his vision for Burberry to life, Tisci assembled a multigenerational cast of photographers and models, saying: "The thing that excites me the most about Burberry is how inclusive it is - it appeals to everyone no matter their age, their social standing, their race, their gender.”
The campaign was shot by photographers Nick Knight, Danko Steiner, Hugo Comte, Colin Dodgson, Peter Langer and Letty Schmiterlow, all of whom make their Burberry campaign debut. Creating a collection of contrasting imagery, the six creatives portray Tisci's diverse and inclusive vision, whilst translating the new cues and codes for Burberry in their own inimitable style.
/ Words by Laura Bonne /
All-new for s/s 2019, ABS is a technically advanced alter-sneaKer with sculpted volumes and a fluid, rounded outsole. LinKed to the brand's ACS line from the late '90s, the camperLab Exclusive style represents Camper's connection to the worlds of industrial design and architecture, boasting a sophisticated no-stitch construction and clean, minimalist uppers made from an elastic material similar to neoprene. For its debut season, ABS is presented in both slip-on shoe and boot styles and is offered in two distinct colorways - blacK with an acid yellow outsole and blacK-on-blacK. Extra lightweight and with a futuristic science fiction inspiration, the new urban offering from Camper combines the brand's design-driven approach to footwear with the lat est in real world, sport-inspired innovation.
/ Photography by Florian Joye /
/ Creative Direction Romain Kremer /
/ Art Direction by Novembre x Florence Tétier /
/ Assistant Kim Saskia Alaux /
CELINE Summer 2019 Men’s Collection Campaign Part 2 by Hedi Slimane.
THE SUMMER 19 COLLECTION PART II
PHOTOGRAPHED IN LONDON DECEMBER 2018
SOUNDTRACK LADY BIRD: “SPOONS"
SPECIAL THANKS TO MUSICIANS FROM:
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What better way to put a brand’s iconic pieces – the 1996 & 1997 jeans - in the limelight, than gathering people that are just as iconic as the garments.
Cindy Crawford takes place before the lens, Sam Abell behind it, decor is the Cadillac Ranch created by the equally celebrated Ant Farm in the seventies.
Safe to say that Acne’s new campaign is a tribute to the best that America has to offer, pushing forward one of the best things Acne has to offer: that perfect pair of jeans.
Starting today the images will be shown and sold at Galerie Escougnou, all profits are going to the WWF foundation.
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/ by Gaelle Van Lede /
‘The idea of the dunhill man is multiple, not singular. And in turn, so is the idea of Britishness – something crucial to dunhill and the way we approach style here’ says Mark Weston, Creative Director of dunhill London. ‘There is not a single way of being British, there are many; there is classicism and tradition as well as an idea of the contemporary and shifting. In many ways, the campaign is about literally showing these different perspectives at once.’
In the Autumn-Winter 2018 campaign, the reflection becomes the visual metaphor for a multifaceted approach at dunhill; towards luxury fashion, masculinity and what defines a British house respectful of tradition yet finding a new voice in contemporary culture right now.
Focusing on the model Clement Chabernaud – a purposefully familiar face from the menswear world and a favourite from the dunhill show – the photographer, Jack Webb, captures him in the shifting, reflected settings of London. Shot in the streets and through the glass fronted buildings of Mayfair, the timeless terrain surrounding Alfred Dunhill’s Bourdon House is explored via ‘stylised reportage’; a reflected world of half fact, half fiction.
Here, Chabernaud wears the mix of the traditional cut through with the casual, found in dunhill London’s Autumn-Winter collection. Sinuous tailoring and layered outerwear, in the form of traditional cashmere coats, still maintain a feel of ease when mixed with dunhill’s peerless masculine leather goods, encompassing shoes, bags and even trousers. The extravagant is made everyday and vice versa, while ‘executive style’ is both celebrated and subverted. Altogether, the codes of dunhill London are reflected and reconfigured for a new chapter at this storied British house.
What is going to happen when a world-renowned visual artist meets a trendy brand? The answer is on the road, in between several music festivals around Europe (Dour in Belgium, DGTL in Barcelona, ...).
This summer, feel like a rock star in the KOMONO x Pierre Debusschere's interactive installation. While the physical and virtual world will blend together, you are projected into a music video directed by Debusschere himself. Dance, enjoy and share this moment on your social network.
To celebrate this unique experience, KOMONO has created a new limited-edition capsule collection. Bring the festival experience to your everyday life.
/ by Julie Nysten /
Camper and Creative Director Romain Kremer revisit the hallways of high school with their latest tongue-in-cheek campaign for S/S 2018.
Featuring eight new offbeat characters, the S/S 2018 campaign showcases eclectic summer style with an unconventional twist. Inspired by the bodacious fashion sense of the late ʹ80s and early ʹ90s, S/S 2018 pairs up eccentric personalities from a not-so-distant past with daring new silhouettes boasting saturated seasonal colours and retro prints.
This season’s lineup presents unisex favourites Brutus and Drift alongside all-new chunky hybrid, Helix. For women, Brooke, Runner Up and Eda are the stars, with their masculine counterparts Runner and Edo rounding out the campaign edit.