With a subtle hint of military inspiration, the Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2012 campaign features the supermodel Kate Moss in a calm and poised setting, the work of Ferragamo's creative director Massimiliano Giornetti. He was inspired by the style and look of Czarist Russia, a time when czars -- the highest ranking social group in Russia -- ruled the country.
The elegant Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2012 campaign was photographed by the talented Mikael Jansson in the Russian embassy in Berlin. Posing in front of gorgeous antique tapestries and intricately detailed furnishings, Moss looks absolutely divine, dressed in sophisticated pieces ranging from a black, all-lace number to a subtly printed, peasant-style gown. The militaristic influence is present in the structured jacket and accessories worn by the lovely Karmen Pedaru.
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