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part 1: top autumn/winter 14 campaigns

From Steven Meisel's 1997 Vogue Italia shots to blue-haired beauties cast on Instagram, the autumn/winter 14 campaigns have traversed time, space and the internet to bring you the latest from all the top designers. There are way too many to choose from so we're bringing you our picks of the season in several parts, starting off with the ones by and for the young, cool kid in all of us.

Text Felicity Kinsella

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  • loewe

    Pairing 1997 images of Maggie Rizer by Steven Meisel with newly commissioned work by the photographer, J.W. Anderson's reinterpreted vision for the Spanish brand is stripped back, beautiful and a world away from the Penelope Cruz's and the Gisele's of the old Loewe.



  • miu miu

    Another shot by Steven Meisel, the next in a starry line-up of Miu Miu campaign girls is Nymphomaniac actress Stacey Martin. If Jane Birkin had been one of Warhol's superstars, this is probably what she would look like. 


    Miu Miu

  • j. w. anderson

    Jamie Hawkesworth photographs this roster of new faces (Jonathan is never one to go down the well-trodden model route) in a stunning family style portrait for autumn/winter 14.


    J.W. Anderson

  • marc by marc jacobs

    Definitely the most talked about, fun campaign of the season, Marc by Marc Jacobs by Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier, styled by Katie Grand, shot by David Sims and cast by Anita Bitton was a stroke of genius that has flipped the fashion world on its head and got the whole industry thinking. Using #castmemarc on Instagram, over 70,000 cool kids put themselves forward to become overnight stars and that's exactly what happened. 


    Marc by Marc Jacobs

  • kenzo

    Guinevere van Seenus and Robert McKinnon star in a David Lynch inspired psychedelic toybox set for Kenzo's latest colourful campaign in collaboration with Toilet Paper.