And feel a little sunshine inside.
Photo via Cavalli
So we’re back at the office and, while the weather is seriously gloomy outside, we’re looking at the beautiful S/S 2019 campaigns and dreaming of warm sunny days at the beach or the desert.
We know it’s a bit early for little dresses, bare legs and sandals, but it doesn’t hurt knowing what the future holds for us. By looking at the ad campaigns that some luxury brands have already released for Spring 2019, you can have now an idea of what we’ll be wearing in a few months and why not, start getting ready for the warm weather.
And if it’s still too cold for you to feel like preparing your spring wardrobe, at least these wonderful campaigns will bring a little sunshine and give you something to look forward to!
The S/S2019 campaign features Kendall Jenner. The exotic looks in warm hues and the sandy location makes us dream of nomadic adventures and safaris in Africa.
The American brand presents its new collection photographed by Craig McDean. The British designer Stuart Vevers’ spring collection mixes Americana with British embroidery and florals, and he says the inspiration for this campaign is a place where anything can happen, it is about possibilities, adventure and romance.
Steven Meisel shot the models wearing Chloé S/S2019 collection in earthy colours and gold jewellery that matched the location and made us dream of the American painter Georgia O’Keeffe in her beloved New Mexico desert.
The campaign S/S2019 was also shot by Steven Meisel with models posing in an idyllic port, one wearing a sandy look and the two others in light blue, matching the colours of the sky and the sea.
The Italian label's S/S2019 campaign shows model Shalom Harlow dancing in a studio in front of a grey backdrop, captured by the lens of Steven Meisel. She wears a colourful outfit, the huge frills of the pants and her big hair flying in the wind. Although the image seems full of energy and movement, Harlow's expression is blank. The internet was not impressed and complained that the photos looked the same as last year’s campaign.