By: Imani Anderson, Southern Femme Intern
The arrival of fall advertising campaigns is like a sartorial Christmas. There are gifts of outfit inspiration to take someone through the entire season. And so, to help spread the fashion cheer, I have collected a few campaigns that will give you enough ideas to fill your fall wardrobe.
First up we have Coach. Stuart Vevers was hired as their new Executive Creative Director, and with his debut collection he has brought a more high-fashioned approach to the brand. Goodbye “C”-patterned purses, you will be missed—but not really.
Daria Werbowy stars in Céline’s campaign and with her being one of my favorite models I could not be happier. Here she has an uptown vibe that is not too hard to emulate.
I have not wanted to own a white suit more than when I saw this shot from Italian shoe designer Giuseppe Zanotti. Just give me those breath-taking heels and I am set.
When I saw this photo from MANGO featuring Daria Werbowy I gasped. My best guess why is that Daria’s effortlessly cool look was too much for me to handle.
Luxe is the only word needed to describe Michael Kors’s advertisements. Fur, knit, and leather handbags: a perfect fall/winter combination for Southern Femmes.
Mulberry tapped fashion’s beloved Cara Delevingne to model in their campaign. She is channeling the classic schoolgirl style that is perfect for fall.
The design of Prabal Gurung’s advertisement makes me want to hang it on a wall as if it is a piece of art. The always-glamorous designer selected Victoria’s Secret Angel Rosie Huntingdon– Whiteley to model.
In Salvatore Ferragamo’s Fall/Winter campaign, models sporting shiny leather pieces and statement prints pose on a picnic table. That table has never looked better.
Kate Moss graces us with her iconic presence by modeling in her close friend Stella McCartney’s advertisements. The edgy zipper detailing in each ad complements Moss’s ever-present edge perfectly.
The combination of Topshop and Cara Delevingne creates a campaign that oozes British rock ‘n’ roll. Distressed jeans, ankle boots, and a guitar? Check, check, and check.