Here is the brand new Miss Sixty Fall/Winter 2015 Campaign, starring supermodel Natalia Vodianova as the new face. It’s an amazing campaign and I think the dress above made out of denim with jeans print all over it is fascinating. I haven’t seen anything like this before, have you? You can check out the shots below and also read some of the press release about the new campaign images.
Fourteen years on from Natalia Vodianova’s first-ever major campaign with Miss Sixty, the Russian model lovingly nicknamed Supernova delivers a dose of sexy runway glamour to the new campaign’s rock-chic narrative.
To help celebrate the occasion, a star-studded campaign team came together. Behind the lens is celebrated photographic duo, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, styling was entrusted to praised and industry-favourite Edward Enniful, Make-up artist to the stars Val Garland lends the campaign her cosmetic charms, while hairdressing impresario Angelo Seminara flexes some serious follicular flair.
Shot in London at Ambleside House, the new campaign features key styles from the Miss Sixty Couture collection together with the main collection pieces that embrace denim mixed with other seasonal materials such as wool. A rock’n’roll inspired aesthetic can be seen through styling element such as leather gloves worn by Miss Vodianova as she leans against a motorcycle in a V-neck denim dress with design details that include 3D printing techniques. The collection also brings together design details including irregular stitching combining leather and coats with moto-military elements to underling the collection’s rock’n’roll leanings.
Miss Sixty has been dedicated to creating the most directional denim-led looks for women since its inception in Italy in 119. Inspired by art, the brand continuously explored how to showcase denim’s unique and endless possibilities. Fast-forward 24 years and Miss Sixty’s reputation for delivering the most sought after denim looks on the planet has matured with the brand joining the dots between luxury and denim.ÔÇï