The Louis Vuitton the Spring/Summer 2014 advertising campaign is devoted to a series of portraits of the Marc Jacobs’ muses.
Catherine Deneuve, Sofia Coppola, Gisele Bündchen, Fan Bingbing, Caroline de Maigret and Edie Campbell, the model hand-picked by Marc Jacobs to open his final runway show, are photographed by Steven Meisel. The simple studio backdrop and restrained color palette turn the spotlight on the personality of each, as well as on the season’s variations on the iconic Noé bag, dubbed NN14.
In this portrait of Gisele Bünchen by Steven Meisel and Gordon Von Steiner we discover the Brazilian supermodel under a new light
The NN14 chosen for the campaign by Gisele Bündchen appears in supple Cuir Nuance calfskin; a study in understated sophistication, its sleek lines enhanced by the authentic beauty of the leather. In addition to this timeless black edition, the small version comes in ruby red, and the large in red, blue and tan, to which a hand-applied patina lends intriguing nuance and subtlety.
See the full campaign here: Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2014 Ad Campaign.
Art Direction — House and Holme
Stylist — Karl Templer
Hair Stylist — Guido Palau
Make-Up Artist — Pat McGrath
Videographer — Gordon von Steiner