Spring Campaigns Round-Up Part Three!

04 January 2011

Now, as we are all acutely aware, the dreaded First Day Back is coming to a close, so with an hour or so still to go here is our final treat for you, in the shape of Part Trois of our Spring 2011 campaign round-up. 

Marc Jacobs has employed the androgynous charms of he-babe Andrej Pejic for S/S '11, alongside definitely-a-girl Ginta Lapina. The beautiful Andrej looks more butch than we’ve seen him look in previous campaigns (albeit in a Shoreditch kinda way) whilst Ginta showcases the hottest skirt length of 2011.

At Longchamp, Audrey Marnay rocks the outdoorsy look in a canoe, sporting a funnel neck jacket along with one of the Parisian labels signature leather totes in delicious looking chocolate brown. Mmm, chocolate.

Keeping it chic at Valentino, Julia Saner models one of the ladylike creations by creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, in the campaign in which she stars alongside Caroline Brasch Nielsen and Freja Beha Erichsen (who also modeled for Chanel alongside Baptiste Giabiconi). The campaign was shot at Valentino’s Place Vendôme home, and alongside the delicate organza and ruffled sleeves, our favourite part of the Valentino S/S ’11 ensemble is totally those cute flat pumps, proving that 2011 might well signal the end for clumpy WAG-heels.

And finally, at Louis Vuitton, Steven Meisel also utilised the delightful Freja Beha Erichsen to showcase Marc Jacobs’ bold collection for the new season, alongside Raquel Zimmermann and Kristen McMenamy. The trio reclining seductively in the sequin embellished stripes and florals that received rave reviews in Paris last October. Along with the giant patterns, Marc shows us how this season is all about bending the rules, with the girls sporting bright red lips with equally colourful dresses. Take THAT winter blues! HA! Now don’t you feel better? Good.

- Alex Butt


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