Burberry’s autumn/winter 2015 campaign has finally dropped and we couldn’t be more excited about the results. Not only is the campaign totally amazing with it’s streets-of-London backdrop, but the brand have plumped for none of than new ‘It’ girl, Ella Richards to star in her first major ad.
That’s right, the next top model to come out of The Rolling Stones (after the lovely Georgia May Jagger of course) is Keith Richards’ granddaughter, Ella. The gorgeous blonde has been picked to star in the amazing campaign alongside the likes of Clara Paget and Florence Kosky.
Landing possibly the biggest fashion campaign of the new season, Ms Richards is certainly thrilled with the news. She said in an interview with Style.com that she was honoured to have been chosen:
“I’m really flattered to be working with Burberry – they have a great heritage of iconic campaigns, and the clothes are so beautifully designed.”
Following in the footsteps of Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss, Ella is certainly destined for great things. She has already walked for the likes of Burberry and Sonia Rykiel and was already on the way to making it as a top model, but this major campaign news seals the deal that she is officially the next big thing.
The campaign was shot by longtime Burberry snapper, Mario Testino, who we’re sure you’ll agree, did a fantastic job.
Ella is fast becoming fashion royalty, but she was actually always part of the high fashion scene having called Lottie Moss her best friend for years and even being a bridesmaid at Kate Moss’ wedding. It looks as if there will be no stopping this girl to follow in Mossy’s footsteps.
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The Burberry campaign takes place on the streets of London, following a definite theme of the major fashion brands this autumn. Miu Miu’s campaign took place on the streets of New York, while Gucci snapped it’s models out and about in Los Angeles.
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By Amy de Klerk