Carolina Herrera – Autumn/Winter 2018
Celebrating opulence, glamour, and unapologetic beauty, the Carolina Herrera Fall 2018 Collection is rich with bold color, sumptuous fabric, and feminine silhouettes. This vibrant palette of Carolina Red, Patmos Blue, and Fantastic Yellow is brought to life in the Fall 2018 Campaign, photographed by celebrated photographer David Sims, featuring models (and equestrian) Edie Campbell and Manuela Sanchez.
The first time collaboration between David Sims and House of Herrera Creative Director Wes Gordon, Sims presented the story of two girlfriends caught in the thick of New York City life. Shot on location under the Manhattan Bridge, the images capture the energy and spirit of New York City, with two glamorous friends making their bold Carolina Herrera statements. Both in ostrich plumes, their looks danced in the East River breeze. Edie wore the fuchsia ostrich and metallic ribbon plumed embroidered coat, while Manuela complemented Edie in the white ostrich embroidered topper from the Fall 2018 runway collection.
The shoot took place on a sunny Saturday. The set was relaxed, with tourists and locals (including a few brides-to-be) casually pausing to see what was unfolding down under the Manhattan bridge. Styled by Elin Svahn, the Fall campaign is a fresh take on a collection that celebrates the glamour and strong codes established by the founder and designer thirty-seven years ago.
Photography: David Sims
Styling: Elin Svahn
Makeup: Lucia Pieroni
Casting: Jess Hallet
Models: Edie Campbell, Manuela Sanchez, Parker van Noord
We shot our last campaign at 4:00pm in Brooklyn, out on the street, no set. And it was Edie [Campbell] in this big marabou coat, with an absolute irreverence to the price of this coat and the preciousness of this coat. And just this idea that if you find a piece of clothing that makes you happy, makes you smile, that you have a little bit of fun wearing…
– Wes Gordon’s interview at Vogue, 7 September 2018
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