04 January 2011

Spring Campaign Round Up Part 2!

Still with us? Good good, because >ta-daaaa< Grazia Daily presents to you part two of our spring campaign round-up.

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Starting at Mulberry, where Tim Walker shot an ethereal looking Nimue Smit and Lindsey Wixson, clad in the recently crowned Best British Brand’s offering for SS’11. Surrounded by hydrangeas and a teeny tiny piglet, Wixson continues her world domination apace, whilst Emma Hill teaches us all about colour blocking, by putting the girls in top-to-toe tan, matched with the auburn wigs the models sported on the Mulberry runway back in September.

Uncle Karl at Chanel, meanwhile, brings out the big guns in the form of muse and wannabe pop star Baptiste Giabiconi, along with Freja Beha Erichsen who makes a return to Chanel after fronting last season’s campaign. Reclining on a wicker bench, the foxy twoesome show us how to work the new season’s embellished monochrome. 

Roberto Cavalli employs the skills of Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggott to showcase his SS’11 collection with Laetitia Casta and Malgosia Bela at the helm, in Cavalli’s signature animal print (this season: lizard) showing us how to work the 70s glam trend we’re about to see a LOT of.

And finally, Dolce & Gabbana have eschewed Madonna for the first time in three seasons, instead using the formidable combination of Izabel Goulart, Alessandra Ambrosio, Isabeli Fontana and Maryna Linchuk. In a communal bathhouse, the group showcased their impossibly lithe limbs for Steven Klein in the almost-entirely white collection which Dolce & Gabbana showcased in Milan in September. So what does this teach us about the coming season? Well it teaches us this: along with ruffles and Broderie Anglaise, white is going to be huge for SS’11.

See, don't you feel better now? Excellent work. And don't forget to check back in with us later for the final part of our round up! 

- Alex Butt


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