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Gucci Forever Now Fall Winter 2013 Ad Campaign

Bruce Weber is the latest well-known photographer who shot Gucci Forever Now campaign featuring the ever lovely Charlotte Casiraghi. Previous fashion photographers who shot the campaign were Peter Lindbergh, Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, and Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of Gucci Forever Now: Spring Summer 2013, Fall Winter 2012, and Spring Summer 2012.

Gucci Forever Now Spring Summer 2013 Ad Campaign

After Peter Lindbergh and Inez & Vinoodh, now Charlotte Casiraghi is working with another top names in photography, Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott for the latest campaign images from Gucci Forever Now.

Click the links to view past campaign images of Gucci Forever Now: Fall Winter 2012, and Spring Summer 2012.

Images via TFS.

Gucci Forever Now Fall Winter 2012 Ad Campaign

The beautiful Princess of Monaco and Grace Kelly‘s granddaughter, Charlotte Casiraghi, is reprising her role as the spokesmodel of Gucci Forever Now.

The photographer for these black and white images are Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, who’s replacing Peter Lindbergh from last season.

Images via TFS.

Gucci Forever Now 2012 Ad Campaign

The 25 year old Princess of Monaco and the granddaughter of Grace Kelly, is fronting the campaign of Gucci Forever Now range photographed by Peter Lindbergh. The lovely Charlotte Casiraghi was once graced the cover of Vogue Paris back in September last year.

Below are the quotes from Gucci.com

Gucci is pleased to announce that it is extending its relationship with Charlotte Casiraghi, who will be the protagonist of the House’s new “Forever Now” advertising campaign series conceived by Creative Director Frida Giannini in collaboration with Ms. Casiraghi. Over the course of the next two years the new campaign will see Charlotte Casiraghi portrayed by four of the world’s most respected fashion and portrait photographers in a series of sittings celebrating the House’s renowned icons.

The first portraits tell the story of Gucci’s signature green and red stripe through the lens of Peter Lindbergh. Shot against the backdrop of a stable, the intimate photographs of Ms. Casiraghi evoke founder Guccio Gucci’s fascination with the art of riding.

It was Guccio Gucci who appropriated the green and red stripe from the canvas girth strap of the horse’s saddle.  In the Fifties he first applied these colors to the trim and detailing of luggage and travel trunks, since then the stripe with its unmistakable colors has become an immediate visual reference to the House of Gucci.

Today, this legacy continues with Frida Giannini‘s special equestrian designs for Charlotte Casiraghi.  The riding wardrobe Giannini has created for Ms. Casiraghi is highly technical but luxurious and features distinctive bearings of the House’s own heritage, including the houses iconic green and red colors as well as the Gucci Crest and the finest of materials.

Images via TFS.

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