The Brazilian supermodel is the face of Chanel’s spring 2015 print ads, in which she poses in front of various Parisian locations like Café de Flore and one of the city’s infamous “love lock” bridges.
I’m amazed that Karl Langerfield shot all the pictures in black and white. Considering how colorful the collection was.
Also, campaign only features a few nods to the collection’s feminist rally runway staging, like the tweed jacket-turned-flag. We have to admit, we kind of miss those kooky signs, even if we’re glad to see the ’70s-esque styling go. Another thing we miss? That Chanel surfboard. Maybe next