The Kooples Autumn/Winter 2013 Campaign Inspired By American Outlaws Bonnie & Clyde

02 August 2013 by

Warning: the following announcement will give you serious couple envy. 

French fashion label The Kooples are set to release their new Autumn/Winter 2013 campaign inspired by the cult film Bonnie & Clyde, paying tribute to the American outlaws immortalised on screen by Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. 

The campaign features three real-life couples, know for their rebellious style: model Bambi Northwood-Blyth and fashion brand owner Dan Single, model Veneda Budny and musician A$AP Nast and models Alice Gomme and Adam Holden. The visuals were shot in black and white in the swanky Hotel d’Evreaux in the French capital.

Bambi Northwood-Blyth’s career took off in 2010 when she was seen in photos with boyfriend Dan Single on an Australian gossip site. Single’s brand, Ksubi, made its international debut in 2002.

Danish model Veneda Budny poses in a lace shirt alongside her rapper boyfriend A$AP Nast, who wears a black bowlers hat and leather lined blazer.

Models Alice Gomme and Adam Holden both embrace leather for the Autumn/Winter campaign, with Alice opting for a leather collared dress and Adam, a leather jacket.

Sticking to the brand's philosophy of adapting the British art of bespoke tailoring with a Parisian twist (oh la la!), the collection will revisit the classics: the single-button jacket, double-breasted blazer and biker jacket with refined leather details for men, and for the ladies, modernised lace with contrasting leather, draped silk and rich velvet.

The advertising campaign will appear in magazines as of September.



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