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Gucci Spring Summer 2020 Ad Campaign


Academy Award-nominated director Yorgos Lanthimos directed the Spring Summer 2020 ad campaign of Gucci entitled “Of Course A Horse“, set in Los Angeles starring horses and their human friends–horses is known to symbolise liberty. The campaign is art directed by the brand’s frequent collaborator, Christopher Simmonds. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of Gucci: Fall Winter 2019, Pre Fall 2019, Spring Summer 2019, Cruise 2019, Fall Winter 2018, Pre Fall 2018, Spring Summer 2018, Cruise 2018, Fall Winter 2017, Pre Fall 2017, Spring Summer 2017, Cruise 2017, Fall Winter 2016, Pre Fall 2016, Spring Summer 2016, Cruise 2016, Fall Winter 2015, Pre Fall 2015, Spring Summer 2015, Resort 2015, Fall Winter 2014, Pre Fall 2014, Spring Summer 2014, Cruise 2014, Fall Winter 2013, Pre Fall 2013, Spring Summer 2013, Resort 2013, Fall Winter 2012, Pre Fall 2012, Spring Summer 2012, Cruise 2012, Fall Winter 2011, Pre Fall 2011, Spring Summer 2011, Fall Winter 2010, Spring Summer 2010 and Fall Winter 2009.


Olivia Wilde for InStyle US February 2020


The cover is shot by Pamela Hanson. (source)


Prada Menswear Spring Summer 2020 Ad Campaign


Singer-songwriter Frank Ocean, actor Austin Butler, and movie director Nicolas Winding Refn are the Spring Summer 2020 ad campaign faces of Prada, photographed by David Sims with creative direction by Ferdinando Verderi. (source)


Greta Gerwig for Elle UK February 2020


The covers are shot by Mariana Maltoni. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Stormzy and Jourdan Dunn, here to view 2018 covers featuring Riley Montana, Neelam Gill, Odette Pavlova, Lili Sumner and Lorena Maraschi, here to view 2017 cover featuring Elle Fanning, here to view 2016 cover featuring Lucky Blue Smith, here to view 2015 cover featuring Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, here to view 2014 cover featuring Cameron Russell, here to view 2013 covers featuring Scarlett Johansson, here to view 2012 cover featuring Dakota Fanning, here for 2011 for cover with Cheryl Cole.


Elizabeth Banks for Porter Magazine November 22, 2019


The cover is shot by Matthew Sprouty. (source)


Two Covers of Vogue Greece July 2019


The covers with models Stella Lucia and Aymeline Valade are photographed by award-winning director Yorgos Lanthimos. (source)


Gucci Tailoring Pre Fall 2019 Ad Campaign


Harry Styles returns as the ad campaign face of Gucci Tailoring for Pre Fall 2019 season, this time the campaign images are captured by Harmony Korine. (source)


Featured Article: Four Covers of Town & Country June 2019


Ava DuVernay, Melinda Gates, Christine Lagarde, and Yara Shahidi are the four cover stars of Town & Country’s Summer 2019 issue, on newsstands May 14th. These 4 female power houses come together as the “women who are changing the world” for the magazine’s annual Summer issue dedicated to Philanthropy.

46-year-old filmmaker Ava DuVernay is gearing up for the release of her latest Netflix project, “When They See Us” (premiering on May 31st). Here for T&C, she sheds lights on the brutalities of the criminal justice system and what she hopes audiences take away from the story of the exonerated Central Park Five men. The five men (Yusef Salaam, Antron McCray, Raymond Santana Jr., Kevin Richardson, and Korey Wise) are photographed here exclusively for the publication.

Yara Shahidi, currently starring in The Sun Is Also a Star (in theaters now), gets candid on activism and Instagram, love across borders, and more. Just in time for Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 12th) Shahidi is photographed alongside her mother, Keri Shahidi, who both speak about philanthropy as a family value.

Christine Lagarde is the first woman to hold the position of managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which is an organisation of 189 countries with a lending capacity of $1 trillion. The 63-year-old executive opens up about female economic power and what gives her hope.

Melinda Gates, who’s recently released her first book, “The Moment of Lift,” was interviewed by John Legend and explains why she thinks it is time “that we have a woman as the leader of the country” and what she and her husband Bill Gates strive to achieve with their foundation. Images courtesy of Town & Country. (source)


Featured Article: Ava DuVernay, Jessica Chastain & Constance Wu for Marie Claire US April 2019


Marie Claire US releases its April 2019 ‘Change Makers’ issue featuring Ava DuVernay, Jessica Chastain, and Constance Wu (out on newsstands March 26th).

The three cover stars are coming together for MC to showcase what power looks like in 2019. As actresses, activists, and filmmakers each are fighting for inclusion, representation, and equality to shape the future of Hollywood. Inside the cover story, DuVernay opens up about her personal and professional rise as a groundbreaking filmmaker and also shares what she considers her biggest career mistake so far. Wu holds nothing back on how she defines diversity and why women have to compete with one another for roles. Chastain shares when she gave up trying please others and the criticism she’s faced on being so outspoken.

Ava DuVernay On honoring her craft before fame: “I didn’t have dreams or designs that a studio would want to make my work, that any awards body or critical community would embrace my work. In many ways, that lack of attention put me in a really good place. No one’s going to watch it anyway, so I may as well make what I want.”

Constance Wu On defining diversity: “Diversity isn’t just ‘Let’s have people of color supporting this white person’s story.’”

On competition among actresses: “People say women are inherently bitchy and competitive. But anybody will be competitive if there’s only one seat at the table.”

Jessica Chastain On criticism for being outspoken: “I’ve had people tell me, ‘You need to be a little more quiet with all this woman talk.’” Image courtesy of Marie Claire. (source)


Featured Article: Lupita Nyong’o for Marie Claire US March 2019


35-year-old Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o is gearing up to star in Jordan Peele’s next horror film, Us, in theaters March 22nd.

Inside the pages of Marie Claire US (the March 2019 cover is photographed by Daria Kobayashi Ritch, styled by Joseph Errico in a Balmain dress), Nyong’o opens up about why she considers horror films to be a cathartic experience, what she treated herself to after the opening of Black Panther, her father being a feminist, and why we have to retain vigor within this political climate.

On working with Jordan Peele for their film Us: “He [Peele] asked me, ‘What is your process as an actor? What do you need from a director? And I just started to cry. I was like, ‘I’ve never been asked that before.’ I could just tell in that question was a man who understood what it meant to be an actor…

On what she treated herself to following the success of Black Panther: “I went on a 10-day silent retreat. It was a gift. I did it for my birthday.”

On what she hopes to provide with first her children’s book, Sulwe: “In no way do I imagine a child will read this and never have a problem with the world discriminating against their skin or themselves discriminating again their skin. But at least you have a foundation. You have something that reminds you that you are enough.” *Sulwe is due out later this year.

On the support from her father: “It makes a huge difference to have a father who champions you. My dad was a feminist before it was cool for men to be feminists – his father too in many ways.”

On not becoming passive during within the current political climate: “Right now it’s a very, very polarizing environment. The pendulum has swung to the nth degree. But it’s important that we still find vigor when things are not that extreme because it’s in those moments when the pendulum is just swinging side to side that the most damage can be done. That’s when you get passive when things aren’t that bad. Before you know it, things are terrible again, because we fell asleep at the wheel.” Image courtesy of Marie Claire. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Reese Witherspoon, here to view 2017 cover featuring Scarlett Johansson, here to view 2016 cover featuring Dakota Johnson, here to view 2015 cover featuring Margot Robbie, here to view 2014 cover featuring Kristen Stewart, here to view 2013 cover featuring Keira Knightley, here to view 2012 cover featuring Eva Mendes, here for 2011 cover with Miley Cyrus, and here for 2010 cover with Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel.


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