Actress Rinko Kikuchi and top model Sean O’Pry star in the Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013/2014 advertorial. Known for pushing visual boundaries in their marketing ads, the high fashion label stuns fans with a surrealist inspired campaign that plays with one's perception.
Whether displaying artificial eye collages and animal-infused accessory imagery or shining a light on the brand's visually vivid textile prints, the Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013/2014 ad campaign is the opposite of expected.
This surrealist image series is fearlessly styled and artfully conceived by photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari who works alongside art directors Maurizio Cattelan and Micol Talso. Rinko and Sean pose in the luxe label's patterned outerwear staples, ocular print statement tees and fierce jewelry accents that are donned with Kenzo's signature panther iconography.
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