​even more of the best spring/summer 16 campaigns

As the New Year rolls in we say goodbye to the faces of yesteryear and welcome in those of 2016. From Zoe Kravitz’s turn in the spotlight to Moschino’s couture car wash, here’s part three of the top spring/summer 16 campaigns.

14 January 2016, 4:30pm

Alexander Wang's mate (Zoe Kravitz) and muse (Anna Ewers) unite in the designer's last campaign for Balenciaga. Both walked in his final show for the brand, Kravitz being one of the five actresses Wang chose to appear on the runway. And it's not the only campaign the Mad Max star has bagged this season…

Calvin Klein
She also appears alongside her mama Lisa Bonet in Calvin Klein's spring/summer 16 couples campaign. The mother-daughter pair feature alongside Xiao Wen Ju and her actor mate Kim Woo Bin, model couple Tilda Lindstam and John Heim, and Will Pelt and his girlfriend Kenya Kinski Jones.

Photographed by i-D fave, Harley Weir, Missoni's spring/summer 16 campaign stars the inimitable Freja Beha Erichsen and maximises on the brands signature 70s-style stripy knits.

Jeremy Scott cleaned up good at Moschino Motors this season! Carrying through the car wash theme from his last collection, Moschino's spring/summer 16 campaign features Lexi Boling, Joan Smalls, Fei Fei Sun and Maartje Verhoef as the chicest high vis cleaners in the vicinity.

Dior Homme
And not to leave out the menswear campaigns - Kris Van Assche spotlights The xx's Oliver Sim and introduces us to artist Rinus Van de Velde in his latest Willy Venderperre-shot campaign.

Prada Menswear
Young actresses are to Miu Miu what young actors are to Prada menswear. Miuccia has a thing for hiring Hollywood starlets to front her campaigns and this season is no different. Spring/summer 16 stars Matthew Beard, Billy Howle, Logan Lerman.

Gaia Repossi's got an eye for the elegant, enlisting models with an air of the Place Vendôme jeweler herself, including Iselin Steiro, Maartje Verhoef and Malgosia Bela for previous campaigns. Julia Nobis is the latest to become the face of Repossi campaign. Shot by David Sims, the model appears next to still life images featuring furniture by Donald Judd.