It's official : I'm a huge fan of British labels. From Topshop to House of Holland, Mulberry to Burberry, these unique labels have never failed to amaze me with their ability to create new and exciting things. And Karen Millen's A/W 2013 campaign did just that. Not only did they rope in up-and-coming faces from the likes of Grace Gao, Nur Hellman, Karlina Caune and Kirsi Pyrhonen to model the collection ; it was also shot by legendary lensman David Bailey. With his incredible ability to capture the beauty of the clothes and the models wearing them, I can safely say that this campaign would be very successful.
Interestingly the series of portraits, where each model dons a stand out piece from the new season, are meant to capture their diverse personalities of and spur them on to achieve the global success that they're no doubt going to have in the near future. I can't wait to see what all of them can do! Styled by Katy England and directed Viv Wilcock, the collection is to-the-brim full of fall/winter must-haves. From the uber-luxe leather and the gorgeous knits, to the velvety fur and killer outerwear, look no further for an affordable yet classy wardrobe for fall. I can't even decide which one I love the most, all of them rank equally on my style steal list!
Visit Karen Millen's Fashion Insider page from 2nd September to find out more about these supermodels-to-be!
What do you think about the campaign? Which is your favourite piece / model ?