9 posts tagged "Willy Vanderperre"
Theyskens’ Theory’s Spring ads hit the Web today, created by an all-star lineup: photog Willy Vanderperre (Raf Simons’ go-to guy), stylist Olivier Rizzo (who works his magic for Prada and just about everyone else), Theyskens himself (who contributed his own photo of a Belgian seascape), and model of the moment Wylie Hays. And why Wylie? “She is the quintessential Theyskens’ Theory girl,” the designer told us. “I find her an extremely modern beauty and youth.” Expect plenty of other designers to feel the same this Fall ’13 season.
Considering the recent influx of Spring ’13 campaign reveals, it was only a matter of time until Raf Simons’ debut womenswear ads surfaced. And now, here they are, lensed by longtime Simons collaborator Willy Vanderperre: fresh, clean, and minimal, just like Mr. Simons’ floral skirts and slick black suits.
Jason Wu teamed up once again with photographer Willy Vanderperre for his new ad campaign starring Shalom Harlow. “I was thrilled to work with Shalom for my Fall/Winter 2012 campaign because she was such an icon for me growing up,” Wu tells Style.com. “Her unique look, combined with her understanding of herself, made her the epitome of the strong warrior woman that represented my Fall collection.” Here, we have an exclusive first look at the campaign, styled by Joe McKenna and art-directed by Patrick Li. To get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the collection, check out Wu’s diary for Style.com.
Come Monday, watch out for Jason Wu all over lower Manhattan. The designer is set to paper downtown guerrilla-style with his Willy Vanderperre-photographed images, starring Julia Frauche wearing his fifties couture-inspired shapes from his Spring ’12 collection. Before you spot them on the street, Style.com has the exclusive first look at the poster (above).