For the latest Chanel Fall/Winter 2014 campaign, Karel Lagerfeld selected top models Cara Delevingne and Binx Walton to pose for the fashion line's editorial shoot.
The steamy ad campaign was photographed in the setting of a sweaty workout gym that perfectly complemented the edgy and militant look of the fashion line. Both Delevingne and Walton posed with scaled back makeup looks in monochromatic black, gray and dark blue-toned garments. The use of leather, wool and silk is very typical of Chanel and perfect for the cooler months. While the clothes featured classic lines and minimalist patterns, both Delevingne and Walton were made up to look like gaudy girls with oblong manicures, tousled tresses, winged eyeliner, fun hairpieces and fierce ponytails.
Cara Delevingne Poses for the Chanel Fall/Winter 2014 Campaign
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