British actor Ella Balinska returns to the upcoming 2019 sequel of Charlie’s Angels, styled by Grace Coddington in ‘Ella Enchanted’. Photographer Craig McDean is behind the lens for Vogue UK November 2019./ Hair by Duffy; makeup by Diane Kendal
Givenchy Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller taps Adut Akech and Henry Kitcher for the brand’s “Winter of Eden” Fall Winter 2019 campaign. Photographer Craig McDean captures the polished, heritage tailored looks in a luxury brand that has high hopes of catching Christian Dior, according to LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault.
Top model Julia Nobis poses with crayola-colored Louis Vuitton Capucines style handbags in the new Fall 2019 campaign. Marie-Amelie Sauvé styles Nobis as photographer Craig McDean whips out his special thinner-than-Barbie model lens for the glossy shots.
Models Anok Yai, Anyelina Rosa and Rebecca Leigh Longendyke are styled by Sarah Richardson in tailored trench coats and modern suitings for ‘Blank Slate’. Photographer Craig McDean is in the studio, flashing the androgynous looks for Vogue UK July 2019./ Hair by Orlando Pita; makeup by Francelle Daly
Tiffany & Co has launched a stellar model cast in its new campaign celebrating optimism, personal style, and self expression.
Carolyn Murphy, Fei Fei Sun, Imaan Hammam, Kendall Jenner, and Mica Argañaraz are lensed by Craig McDean playing with objects in Tiffany Blue accent images with jewelry shots the brand’s Tiffany T collection.
In the three-year period from 2016-2018, fashion and leather goods moved from being 34% to 39% of LVMH Group worldwide sales, with shrinking sectors of ‘selective retailing and other activities’ and ‘wine and spirits’, writes Statista.
The Louis Vuitton brand is a key driver in that handbag and leathergoods realignment of LVMH revenues, making it a perfect moment for its ‘New Classics’ campaign, featuring three coveted pieces — the Capucines, the Twist and the Dauphine’.
Louis Vuitton taps three of its brand ambassadors Emma Stone, Alicia Vikander and Lèa Seydoux for the campaign. Captured by Craig McDean, the new campaign sets the ‘New Classics’ against the backdrop of a blank background – almost acting as a canvas for the female personalities.