Take a look at the must-see fashion and beauty campaigns and we promise you'll get instant wardrobe inspiration for the sunny season ahead.
There are some seriously brilliant new campaigns for Spring/Summer ’19. As we put away our wool-knit jumpers and over-the-knee boots until next season, the preparation for warmer times has begun. The thought of shorter garments and even shorter days puts a spring in everyone’s step, and the wait to try out some of the Spring Summer fashion trends is finally over. Take a look at some of the best fashion and beauty advertising campaigns and take note for the season ahead. We promise you won’t be disappointed.
Who is standing out for Spring/Summer 2019?
From Prada to SAINT LAURENT and Uterque to Mango, see all the best fashion and beauty advertising campaigns from your favourite designers and high-street store, which are really getting us in the mood for next season. There are plenty of famous faces taking to the campaign limelight, with the likes of Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid and even Kate Moss giving us major SS19 envy.
As for the fashion, expect all your favourite spring trends from the catwalks, from pastel shades (we’re obsessed with baby blue), to earthy neutrals, pops of colours, short hemlines and plenty of pretty detailing.
Keep scrolling for a look at all the best fashion and beauty advertising campaigns this season.
Tiffany have announced its 2019 brand campaign featuring six of the biggest global names in fashion: Kendall Jenner, Carolyn Murphy, Imaan Hammam, Mica Argañaraz and Fei Fei Sun celebrating optimism, personal style and self-expression. The new campaign showcases the brand in a fresh and unexpected way with the famous faces juxtaposing their portraits with iconic Tiffany designs including Tiffany's global brand icon, Tiffany T Collection, as the focal point of the campaign.
PHOTOGRAPHED BY OLIVER HADLEE PEARCH AND STYLED BY EMILIE KAREH, THE CAMPAIGN EVOLVES THE “100% DKNY” CONCEPT FROM LAST SEASON, HIGHLIGHTING EVEN DEEPER IDIOSYNCRASIES THAT ARE ONLY HEIGHTENED AGAINST A BIG-CITY BACKDROP.
Combining the ethos of unity from Champion’s ‘100 Years for the Team’ campaign, with VC London’s encouraging attitude, this campaign celebrates pioneering females.
The Kooples unveils its SS19 women’s wear campaign, welcoming back two of the brand’s iconic muses: supermodels Irina Shayk and Stella Maxwell.
Starring Claudia Schiffer
Maje worked together with photographer, Oliver Hadlee Pearch, and model, Grace Hartzel, to shoot the campaign.
Featuring digital supermodel Shudu alongside her real life muse Misty.
Creative director: Fabian Baron
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Stylist: Karl Templer
Models: Lexi Boling, Vittoria Ceretti, Veronika Kunz, Amanda Murphy and Anyelina Rosa
Starring Susie Lau.
Vince creative team – Creative Director Caroline Belhumeur and VP, Men’s Design, Patrik Ervell – worked closely with Batmanglij to concept, develop and produce a film campaign. It was shot at the Paramour Estate in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles and features a diverse cast of real life LA-based artists, musicians and actors. Music is Jupiter 4 by LA-based artist Sharon Van Etten.
Talent: Peggy Gou and Tolia Titaev.
Photographer: Jonas Lindstroem
Stylist: Marc Goehring
Talent: Steffy Argelich and Aida Blue
Photographer: Tyrone Lebon
“Spring Starts Now” directed by Sam Kristofski, featuring musician and style icon Patricia Manfield, artist Arlissa, and model India Graham. The video-first campaign celebrates the season’s spirit of renewal and speaks to spring as a time to shake off your layers, reenergize your wardrobe, and seize the brightest colors, prints and patterns.
Starring Sophie Turner, shot by Josh Olins.
The strength of Women and the freedom to be completely and authentically themselves is the tone at Stuart Weitzman for Spring 2019. Introducing Kendall Jenner, Yang Mi, Willow Smith and Jean Campbell as the season’s cast of #SWWomen in the first installment of the four-part campaign series.
With Bella Hadid, shot by David Sims
Shot by Glen Luchford
Shot by Harley Weir
With Kate Moss, shot by Johnny Dufort
Shot by Jamie Hawkesworth
With Charlotte Gainsbourg, shot by David Sims