Check Out The Most Fabulous SS15 Fashion Campaigns

There’s pretty much nothing we love more than flicking through the pages of a glossy mag and checking out all the latest high fashion ads, and the in depth articles, of course… So take a seat, and relax because we’ve brought you the most fabulous fashion campaigns that are hitting the sides of buses everywhere this season. Enjoy!

Kate Spade SS15

At the grand old age of 93 you’d think Iris Apfel would be slowing down, yeah right! Between shooting campaigns for & Other Stories and becoming the face of celeb fave jewellery brand Alexis Bittar, Iris has managed to find the time to star in Kate Spade’s adorable SS15 imagery. Pictured hanging out with our major girl crush Karlie Kloss, textile designer¬†Iris rocks the perfect example of how to clash your prints the right way. Add Spring brights, a bench in the sun and a red balloon and you’ve got a fashion campaign guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Smart move, Kate Spade, smart move.


Prada’s SS15 Ad Campaign

We’ve all seen the amazing pics with supermodel comeback kid Gemma Ward and the ethereal Julia Nobis and now Prada have treated us to their official SS15 ad campaign. Taking a surreal approach to post-apocalyptic life with giant dunes of lavender sand for their show back in September, Prada have taken their theme and run with it. Just as Gemma Ward lingers alone in a deserted apartment, fellow super Julia Nobis twirls and dances to a psychedlic soundtrack. Tres chic and super surreal, Prada’s ads are fashion films through and through. Check out all three videos HERE.


Massimo Dutti SS15 Behind-The Scenes

Shot by none other than the legendary Mario Testino, Massimo Dutti’s latest campaign is desert chic at its best. And we’ve got a behind-the-scenes sneak peek. Starring upcoming models Vanessa Axente and Alisa Ahmann, the campaign has an earthy sexiness to it – think great bronzer, knee-high gladiator sandals and windswept hair and you’ve got the picture. Or at least Mario has.Sorry… Check out the vid below for insider access to the SS15 campaign shoot.

By George Driver