Thursday, July 3, 2014

Seven from Heaven - Gucci F/W 2014

The Fall/Winter 2014 campaign season is in full throttle mode with new campaigns surfacing daily. With this in mind, Gucci pulls out the big guns to avoid getting lost in the flurry of campaign offerings with a stellar cast of established models immortalised by photographic boy wonders Mert & Marcus. The Heavenly Seven include Suvi Koponen, Natasha Poly, Karmen Pedaru, Joan Smalls, Nadja Bender, Raquel Zimmerman, and Anja Rubik in a series of retro themed studio shots. The dynamic grouping of models, all of whom are in their mid to late 20s, are a testament to the powers of longevity in an industry overrun by up & coming modelling teen sensations. Poly, Zimmerman, Pedaru, Koponen, and Rubik have all individually notched up over ten years of industry experience and show no signs of slowing down. Newer recruits Bender and Smalls have quickly established a strong industry foothold with Estée Lauder cosmetics signing Smalls as their first ever Latina spokesperson. Smalls' recent Spring/Summer 2014 campaigns for ICB by Prabal Gurung, Fendi, and Neiman Marcus confirm her blue chip and commercial selling power. Dutch sensation Bender continues to diversify her bombshell images with recent editorial bookings for i-D, Harper's Bazaar, Numéro, Scandinavian SSAW, and the French, Russian, Japanese, and German editions of Vogue.

Natasha Poly
Gucci - Fall/Winter 2014
Photographer - Mert & Marcus
Source - thefashionspot.com

Gucci - Fall/Winter 2014
Photographer - Mert & Marcus
Source - thefashionspot.com

Joan Smalls
Gucci - Fall/Winter 2014
Photographer - Mert & Marcus
Source - thefashionspot.com

Anja Rubik
Gucci - Fall/Winter 2014
Photographer - Mert & Marcus
Source - thefashionspot.com

Suvi Koponen
Gucci - Fall/Winter 2014
Photographer - Mert & Marcus
Source - thefashionspot.com

Karmen Pedaru
Gucci - Fall/Winter 2014
Photographer - Mert & Marcus
Source - thefashionspot.com

Nadja Bender
Gucci - Fall/Winter 2014
Photographer - Mert & Marcus
Source - thefashionspot.com

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