Stussy's Fall/Winter Campaign Uniquely Tributes its Subversive Subjects

By: Riley von Niessen - Aug 11, 2016
References: stussy & highsnobiety
In order to capture images for its latest street culture-inspired campaign, Stussy took to the streets of Paris, France, with the talents of photographers Tyrone Lebon and Tom Guinness on deck.

The editorial doesn't take on a singular theme, other than to show the inclusive demographic that it markets towards and to celebrate the sense of individuality that it encourages as a result.

The street culture clothing is especially shown on models that pertain to subversive identities, including a man dressed in a suit and vibrant red lipstick, an artful black and white image of a model with bejeweled tear drops and thick fake eyelashes and another who is shown stealing the Mona Lisa. Other images in the editorial pay tribute to the brand's international scope and the sense of community that it generates by bringing people together.