Prada SS2015 Campaign Lands

The Prada Womenswear Advertising Campaign SS2015 explores the dichotomy of a woman who can exude confidence yet be relaxed. Is she uninhibited and carefree, yet can she remain in control? These contradictory states are explored in the new campaign by Steven Meisel, where Gemma Ward, Julia Nobis and Ine Neefs take centre stage.

Then we’re drawn in close, into a seductive bedroom scene. These diverse settings, contrasting moods and disconnected narratives form a dynamic backdrop for the Spring/Summer collection. The clothes draw together this diverse series, with a distinctive blend of fabrics, colours and silhouettes. Precious materials like antique brocade modelled on the 1800s through to the 60s meet humble cotton, gauze and raw leather. Silk jacquard socks are a modern and elegant leitmotif.

The season’s bags (which we can’t get enough of) are reinterpreted in their own revealing character study. One moment they are held protectively, the next they are casually flung on to a bed. Still lives suggest a free and fleeting moment, as if the wearer has just arranged them in a peculiar bedroom ritual.

Check out the SS15 Advertising Campaign below.

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Campbell and Dunn front Burberry campaign

Naomi Campbell has rejoined the Burberry cast for the first time since her campaign for the iconic British brand in 2001, and this time she’s striking a pose alongside fellow “industry icon” model Jourdan Dunn.

It’s Dunn’s fourth campaign for Burberry since spring/summer 2011.

And while it may be the first time the models have posed together it’s not the first time they’ve walked together. During the 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony, Campbell and Dunn joined other British models, including Kate Moss, Lily Cole and Stella Tennant, on the catwalk wearing bespoke fashions created by British designers specifically for the event.

The new Burberry campaign was shot by Mario Testino in London under the creative direction of Christopher Bailey, Burberry chief creative and CEO.

The brand’s newest interpretations of its classic Burberry trench coat are at the heart of the campaign which celebrates the collection’s bright book cover designs and hand-painted pieces.

The trench coat collection is available now globally from with the full Burberry spring/summer 2015 collection hitting stores on January 5.

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