Like previous campaigns from the designer, the images call upon some of his favorite fashion muses, like Cara Delevigne, mixed together with completely off-the-wall choices like Missy Elliott (wearing the reimagined Canada Goose Manitoba parka from his FW16 show) and Sissy Spacek, and taking a page out of Saint Laurent’s book with Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson.
In the ad, Knightley gazes pensively into the distance, clad in all black save for her dazzling jewels.
"MISSY, Supa Dupa Fly From the moment I heard, The Rain, back in 1997, I was entranced by the genius rhythms and brilliant rhymes of Missy Elliott.
I am in continued awe of Missy’s ability to push the boundaries of the style of music both to the eye and to the ear.
It was a dream of mine to work with her and I'm happy to share this portrait by David Sims for our Fall '16 campaign." [email protected] • Photographed by David Sims Styling direction by @kegrand Casting by @bitton Hair direction by @guidopalau Makeup direction by @diane.kendal Nails by @jinsoonchoi Set design by @stefanbeckman #MJFW16 A post shared by Marc Jacobs (@marcjacobs) on Once again, Marc Jacobs is also knocking his latest campaign out of the park, gathering together an extremely diverse smattering of his favorite fashion muses.
and it’s none other than the latest supermodel on the come-up, Cindy Crawford‘s genetically blessed daughter, Kaia Gerber.