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We can’t take our eyes off these fall fashion campaigns
Taylor Hill shot by Giampaolo Sgura for Topshop.
Taylor Hill stars in her first campaign for Topshop this fall. The brand’s creative director Kate Phelan styled the model, while photographer Giampaolo Sgura brought the images to life.
Starring Swedish model Julia Hafstrom, Blumarine’s dreamy campaign was captured by photography duo Inez & Vinoodh.
The only thing Christian Louboutin’s dance-inspired campaign is missing is Channing Tatum.
The rationale behind choosing Joe Jonas as the star of Diesel’s latest campaign (photographed by Santiago & Mauricio) is front and centre.
Who doesn’t want to spend the day with DKNY campaign stars Selena Forrest and Stella Lucia in New York?
Keeping with the signature Dolce & Gabbana campaign formula, models mingle with non-models in the streets of Italy.
The brand wrote on Facebook, “We’re here in Naples because we think these people are the best people in the world. Very strong. With unlimited heart.”
Etro takes us into the woods for their fall 2016 ad campaign and we never want to leave.
A gamine Kendall Jenner stars in Fendi’s newest campaign shot by Karl Lagerfeld himself.
Givenchy’s latest campaign is also set in NYC, and we’re feeling Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott’s take on the concrete jungle.
Recognize a few faces? Bella Hadid, Lily Aldridge, Irina Shayk and Mariacarla Boscono are all featured in this star-studded campaign for Givenchy.
With master photographer Bruce Weber at the helm and Selena blending in seamlessly with the fashion model crowd, this Louis Vuitton campaign deserves a double take.
This spooky David Sims-lensed Marc Jacobs campaign had some familiar faces, including Missy Elliott, Cara Delevingne and Annie Clark.
“Together, as one story, this collection is a reminder to question and challenge normal and to continue exploring and pushing boundaries,” said Jacobs on Instagram.
Although the razor-sharp focus of the image is trademark for the brand, we’re loving the emphasis on different textures and embellishments.
Moschino threw a fashion riot for their new fall campaign, photographed by Steven Meisel.
Also photographed by Steven Meisel, Prada’s campaign proves that the collage is back.
We’re exhausted just looking at Gigi in this Mario Testino shot for Stuart Weitzman.
Another dance-inspired campaign, we love how this image evokes geometry, athleticism and romance all at once.
Is this Zimmermann campaign making you see double? Us too. We don’t know where this model outfit ends and the plush surrounding decor begins.