even more incredible spring/summer 16 campaigns are in
As the New Year rolls in we say goodbye to the faces of yesteryear and welcome in those of 2016. From Mad Max star Abbey Lee, returning to the desert for Kenzo, to the next in Marc Jacobs' diverse cast of characters, here’s part four of the top spring...
Shot by master lensman Terry Richardson, EVISU's spring/summer 16 campaign is a riot of colour, emojis and Samurai shapes. There's also a bit of nudity. Not content with one collection, this season the Japanese brand will be presenting two: EVISU Clan, which teams sporty shapes with bold graphics, and Future Fashion, which features a range of digitally inspired prints and bright colours. We quite fancy both!
Abbey Lee wants to run away and live with the mermaids at the bottom of the ocean, but instead has to make do with being the face of Kenzo in the Sonoran Desert. The Mad Max: Fury Road star's latest role is as Young Theo, in Snowbird, the film part of the campaign written and directed by Sean Baker, out 3rd February.
David Sims contrasts the whimsical outdoors with the structure of a studio in McQueen's spring/summer 16 campaign, starring red-head beauty Natalie Westling.
Never one to shy away from shock tactics to get her point across, Dame Vivienne Westwood's latest campaign, called Mirror the World, stars porn actor Colby Keller on the streets of Venice, in an effort to highlight the beauty and decay of The Floating City.
I mean, why would you design something you wouldn't want to wear yourself?
The next in the line up of Marc Jacobs' campaign cast who "collectively embody and celebrate the spirit and beauty of equality," is RuPaul's Drag Race star Dan Donigan aka Milk. "One night while watchingRuPaul's Drag Race I recognised one of our men's sweaters on a tall, handsome contestant," Marc Jacobs captioned the reveal on Instagram. "His unique, artistic drag sensibility reminded me so much of the amazing drag characters of my club days at The Pyramid, Copacabana and other New York haunts I used to frequent. Upon realizing that Dan Donigan was MILK (who used to work with us at Marc Jacobs), I startedfollowing @bigandmilky on @Instagram. Today I share with you this portrait of Young American, Dan Donigan shot by David Sims…"
Eytys' spring/summer 16 campaign captures the creative scene emerging in the midst of Johannesburg's deep political and economical problems. South African photographer Kristin-Lee Moolman, and stylist Gabrielle Kannemyer shoot the collection alongside the work of other local designers such as Thebe Magugu, Rich Mnisi and Boyz'n'Bucks.