More Fall Campaigns: Naomi Campbell Growls for Givenchy and Raquel Zimmermann for YSL
The fall campaigns keep rolling in today, the latest of which feature some very big names. The first image from Givenchy's Fall Women's campaign surfaced on Style.com. It was shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and stars Naomi Campbell. If it looks like she's making a slightly frightening scowl, that's because the campaign (and the collection) is feline-inspired. Things get even crazier in the behind-the-scenes video of the shoot which features Naomi, Natalia Vodianova, Kristen McMenamy, and Mariacarla Boscono posing on ornate pillows with their best growl faces. Unfortunately, we can't hear if the models are actually saying "grr," but that's probably a good thing.
Givenchy has just released some behind the scenes photos from the label's 2012 fall campaign shoot. You know, the one that had Naomi Campbell, Natalia Vodianova, Kristen McMenamy and Mariacarla Boscono growling like wild cats? Well here's how they got in character. We're loving Kristen McMenamy sans makeup avec nose ring.
Click through to see more behind the scenes photos as well as the final product.
Lanvin's Steven Meisel-shot fall/winter 2011 campaign images of Karen Elson and Raquel Zimmermann dancing left us all wondering if there would be a video associated with it. Thank god, there is. In this making of feature, Karen, Raquel and some male models do choreographed dance moves to Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me," maintaining their serious model faces throughout. Watch til the end, when Alber Elbaz gets in on the action.
British supermodel Naomi Campbell is working on a denim collection for Italian fashion brand Fiorucci, Sassybella reports. The collection is rumored to be debuting during Milan Men's Fashion Week, which starts tomorrow.
We're not at all surprised that Campbell is designing; however, it's an odd collaboration for a couple of reasons, the first being that Fiorucci hasn't really been relevant for decades. Since seeing success in the '70s and early '80s, the brand has suffered through mismanagement, legal battles and, eventually, several failed relaunches. Perhaps this is a sign of change for Fiorucci, which was recently acquire by Italian company Ittierre, who currently holds licenses for Balmain's second line, CNC Costume National and Galliano, among others (although, those brands don't exactly seem to be riding the waves of success these days either).