Tis the season for a ton of fall fashion ads. There’s Marc Jacobs’s numerous muses, Donatella Versace’s Givenchy collaboration and, now, the lingerie giant La Perla just revealed its latest campaign star — 45-year-old modeling vet, Naomi Campbell (who, no surprise, looks stunning). Plus, check out the new family-focused Dolce and Gabbana ads and more!
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Campbell books just as many gigs as models half her age. The star recently celebrated a major runway show-stopping moment at the co-ed Givenchy Paris fashion show (wearing a G-string!), and now she’s starring in a sexy new ad campaign for La Perla’s Made to Measure Atelier collection, making it really hard to tell if it’s 1990 or 2015.
The leggy legend models the “Anchor” one-piece (just seen on the two industry youngsters, Gigi and Bella Hadid on the cover of V Magazine last week) and the “Impossible Lace” featuring a long vest with see-through overlay. The ads were shot by fashion photographers Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott (yep, the same duo who shot these sultry shoot in W magazine unveiled yesterday).
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Next up, is Dolce & Gabbana’s new Winter 2016 campaign that matches their “Viva la Mamma” runway presentation featuring the “dgmamma” and “dgfamily” (as described by Stefano Gabbana on Instagram). There’s adorable mommy-and-me matching moments in colorful prints. Models eating full plates of spaghetti. And of course, an ad with models wearing Dolce & Gabbana’s iconic black lace.
There are also additional photos featuring selfie-taking models clad in the latest accessories, like jewel and fur-encrusted tiara headphones and handbags featuring a very prominent man-and-wife portrayal of family — an issue that caused controversy earlier this year. In March, the designers expressed controversial statements about gay parents, explaining that they oppose gay adoptions and are against “chemical offsprings and rented uterus.”
Lastly, the plus-size brand Marina Rinaldi pulled Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette for its fall 2016 campaign photographed by Bruce Weber, and according to
the actress has been signed with the brand for two seasons. “What I love about Marina Rinaldi is how much they care about women, about making them all feel beautiful, powerful, confident,” Arquette told WWD.”When it comes to self acceptance and body consciousness, most women still feel insecure and struggle to correspond to a stereotyped kind of beauty. Marina Rinaldi — through a straightforward communication strategy and through extraordinary fashion collections — helps all women believe in themselves and in the individual beauty each of them possesses. I’m proud I’ve been offered the chance to add my voice to the statement ‘Women Are Back.'”
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— Colleen Kratofil
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