Another flabbergasting collaboration has taken place just recently when a whole conglomeration of talents has united to create an amazing campaign for the Lanvin spring/summer 2014 collection. The trio of the gorgeous blonde bombshells Julia Nobis, Laurie Harding and Sasha Luss poses for the lenses of super talented and creative Steven Meisel in the Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign. Guido Palau created the perfect hairstyles, while the spectacular pale makeup was brought closer to perfection by Pat McGrath. Alber Elbaz’s glittering brocade and lamé designs represent the next key to the blinding effect of this campaign. Finally, the praises for the awesome set design go to Mary Howard.
The result of this super fruitful teamwork has been presented with the images of this uber-dumbfounding campaign, presenting the collection from all the aspects and with all of the advantages it has. The images start with the representation of the sparkling purple, metallic blue and sumptuous golden pieces, put as jackets, dresses, and tops, and being the primary eye-catching part of the Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign images. Further, it’s the nice color plays of royal metals’ shades that catch our attention, being presented with a golden dress and a silver handbag, or a matching design of a shiny creamy dress and heels with a bow on the ankle strap.
The matching glittery accessories also adorned with jewels and some star themes are the following spectacular aspect of the Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign. So are the classy golden flats used with one of the combinations. The sweet pink shade for one of the pieces, and the stunning white suit are what Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign line is amazingly concluded with.
So saying Lanvin spring/summer 2014 campaign we first of all mean huge proportions of creativity and hard work, which has given birth to indeed fascinating and cool campaign images. That’s no news that if the talents sit around one table of common work and collaboration, the result is going to be a hit of great magnitude. And this campaign is the best proof!
Photos courtesy of Lanvin