Gigi Hadid for Stuart Weitzman Spring 2017 Campaign

The Stuart Weitzman spring 2017 ad campaign’s other half has been finally released, as the footwear label unveiled its first images from the spring 2017 ad campaign, shot by Mario Testino, earlier this year, leaving us thrilled for more. Supermodel and now icon Gigi Hadid, of course, is still the protagonist of this campaign, with the pictures shot by Mario Testino being even more astounding.

Gigi Hadid for Stuart Weitzman Spring 2017 Campaign

The Stuart Weitzman spring 2017 campaign thus sees a black and white dream array of pictures, in which Gigi Hadid channels the label’s must-have trends from its spring 2017 collection, with each picture being specifically structured and balanced to highlight both Gigi Hadid’s gorgeous features of the face and Stuart Weitzman’s footwear items. For this reason, Gigi Hadid is seen wearing ultra minimalist and casual garments, even when donning some of the collection’s most luxurious proposals.

Gigi Hadid aside, one of the main things one cannot help but notice is how incredibly versatile this Stuart Weitzman spring 2017 collection is, with both high-street proposals and evening-approved footwear items covering us all spring and summer long.

Gigi Hadid for Stuart Weitzman Spring 2017 Campaign

The campaign features polar opposite it-items, such as Stuart Weitzman’s Wallawalla booties, namely the best desert boot for the most curious city explorer, as well as the Morepearls sandals. The latter are available in both black and red and are meant to be paired with a Nineties-inspired slip dress or a pair of vintage jeans (even mom jeans!) and a cropped top.

The campaign then goes on showing the Decor Embellished sneakers, which we bet will fly off the shelves the soonest thanks to their sport-luxe, high-end glam, as well as the Mulearky slides, the latter of which master, according to Stuart Weitzman, a “sophisticated simplicity with a high vamp, a pointed toe and a subtle stacked heel.”

Gigi Hadid for Stuart Weitzman Spring 2017 Campaign

Last but not least, this Stuart Weitzman spring 2017 campaign introduces the Supersonic lace-up flats, too, which are crafted from the most sumptuous leather and feature coordinated wide straps that could help elongate any figure. Elegant, minimalist and chic, Weitzman’s Supersonic flats are perfect when worn with a pair of bell-bottom jeans and a plain simple blouse or, as seen in this Stuart Weitzman spring 2017 campaign, with a bon ton mini dress.

Gigi Hadid for Stuart Weitzman Spring 2017 Campaign

If you liked this latest spring 2017 collection of Gigi Hadid x Stuart Weitzman, make sure to check out the making-of short ad video Mario Testino shot, too!

Gigi Hadid for Stuart Weitzman Spring 2017 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Stuart Weitzman

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