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Here’s an incredible preview of the new Givenchy Spring Summer 2013 ad campaign featuring torero Jose Maria Manzanares and artist Jared Buckhiester. The campaign shot by Mert & Marcus and directed by Riccardo Tisci also includes Kate Moss, Marciacarla Boscono (of course) and the incredible Marina Abramovic. Check out the behind the scenes video under the cut.
Living and breathing for the new Versace SS13 campaign by Mert & Marcus starring none other than Kate Moss alongside Daria Werbowy and Joan Smalls. Iconic to say the least.
Donatella Versace says, “To have three glamorous and iconic women like Kate, Daria and Joan in one campaign is not an easy feat. Mert and Marcus really outdid themselves, each image is composed like a work of art.”
The campaign also features Edward Wilding, Kacey Carrig and Veit Couturier and was styled by Melanie Ward (women) and David Bradshaw (men) with art direction by Giovanni Bianco.
Following the announcement in October that EROS would be the latest addition to the men’s fragrances for Versace, here is your first look at the 30 second commercial directed by Mert & Marcus featuring Brian Shimansky.
Versace has unveiled the first campaign image for its new Eros fragrance featuring Brian Shimansky photographed by Mert and Marcus.
Following Fashion Shower the “best music video in the history of ever” last week, comes the still image campaign for Anna Dello Russos’ accessories line for H&M photographed by Mert & Marcus. Yes.
Brian Atwood has literally just debuted its super sexy (and banned from Madison Avenue) cinemagraphic voyeurism-inspired global campaign by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, with creative direction by Giovanni Bianco, and featuring supermodel Candice Swanepoel, with styling by Elizabeth Sulcer.
The fashion film, the first from The Sex Is In The Heel series, is a voyeuristic flashback by a mysterious seductress reliving the previous night’s fantasy. The print campaign debuted in the September issues of global fashion magazines, including Vogue, Vogue Paris, W, Interview, CR, T magazine and Love.
Gaga for Vogue 2.0 has arrived. This time shot by Mert & Marcus and styled by Grace Coddington to support the launch of her fragrance, FAME. It’s unlikely that she will get another Vogue cover during the promo period for ARTPOP, but this feels right for the scent. The dress is by Marc Jacobs and the hat by Steven Klein. It’s not like she will need it for the album, every other magazine cover in the world should suffice. This one definitely trumps the last US Vogue cover she did shot by Mario Testino.
This is what the Vogue cover is supposed to look like. Definitely less RuPaul realness. The version released on Little Monsters looks like the RVB for screen/digital version, so the colouration is all off, i.e. purple skin. The newsstand version is MUCH better. Proof in point speaking from personal experience below. The set of Karl Lagerfeld bottles on the left are the RVB version and the ones on the right are the real colour versions.
Visual content from Versace over the last twelve months has been pretty phenomenal. The brand is truly setting the standard from whence the H&M campaign debuted to the recent and somewhat unforgettable gladiator-esque menswear show for SS13 this season. Here is the latest offering for the AW12 campaign shot by Mert & Marcus, featuring Elza Luijendijk for womenswear and Philipp Schmidt, Dmitriy Tanner and Kacey Carrig for menswear. The campaign was styled by Joe McKenna with creative direction by Giovanni Bianco. Full set of images under the cut.
The time that Madonna spent with Mert & Marcus a few months ago for the artwork, music video for Girl Gone Wild, the Truth or Dare fragrance campaign and various promo and editorial shots was clearly well spent. Here is the cover of Vanity Fair Italy which hits newsstands tomorrow and includes more new pics taken during the making of the fragrance campaign.