The Iceberg Fall/Winter 2014/2015 campaign introduces a series of colors and bodies within single snapshots. Creative director Julien Gallico assembled images of models Natasa Vojnovic and Felix Gesnouin for the advertisements, placing each of them within exceptionally avant-garde ensembles.
Standing out within each of these Iceberg Fall/Winter 2014/2015 images is the way in which the models are pictured in a spliced manner. Body parts are in many ways cut off from one another as feet, legs and shoulders jut out in the pictures without the slight turning of heads, making the models appear decapitated in the snapshots.
Stylist Margherita Moro met the artistic proclivities of Gallico with bright pleated skirts, photo print crew neck sweaters and chunky 1970s era boots.
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