Autumn/winter fashion advertising campaigns
From Kendall Jenner to Kit Harington, here is a roundup of autumn/winter's best advertising campaigns and its stars
Tuesday 15 July 2014
Autumn has officially arrived – OK maybe not in weather but new season clothing is dropping into stores now, which means an onslaught of advertising campaigns from the very finest in fashion all designed to tempt you to splash the cash.
Fashion houses are certainly not shy when it comes to enlisting famous faces to front their new lines and this season is no exception. Stars from the world of music, film and even reality TV are all set to appear in advertising campaigns in a glossy mag near you.
For menswear there's TV stars in the shape of Game of Thrones' Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Boardwalk Empire's Jimmy (Michael Pitt) and even Homeland's Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis).
Womenswear has recruited from far and wide with some of world's finest models including Kate Moss and Lara Stone appearing. From further afield there's actresses Winona Ryder and Amy Adams, it-girl Alexa Chung, singer Rita Ora and reality TV's Kendall Jenner.
At Lanvin it's a family affair with model Edie Campbell starring in the campaign alongside her extended family; sister Olympia, grandma Joan, mother Sophie and brother Arthur.
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