Driving almost daily on the glamorous Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, I am constantly reminded of the release of new campaigns.
Last week, Gucci updated their famous Chateau Marmont billboard with the new summer 2013 campaign shot by Mert & Marcus and featuring Anja Rubik, Karmen Pedaru and (unfortunbately not on this billboard) Clement Chabernaud.
I am pretty sure Gucci will change their billboard a couple of times (as they always do) until the next campaign and hopefully Clement will be on the next round. See the full campaign after the jump.
Featured in Gucci Style models Janis Ancens and Baptiste Radufe by Benjamin Grillon, wearing pieces from Gucci’s cruise resort 2013 collection.
Gucci Style is a digital fashion magazine from the house of Gucci. I would have enjoyed the magazine with less videos, everywhere you look there's a video ... I do like videos in digital content I just do not like the constant video looping with same 10 seconds of music all over again, if you stay more than 20 seconds on one page it makes you feel like you are on hold to speak to a representative ... but I do like that you can detail each look and shop for it, I just had to put my iPad on mute.
More images from this editorial after the jump.
A couple of days ago a new Gucci billboard went up on Sunset Boulevard. We have posted a pic of this new billboard on Bello Mag instagram account. Today we have a better look at the Gucci resort 2013 collection.
The resort collection targets lucky jet setters who are getting ready to spend the Christmas/New Year's weeks in warm-weather climates. Models Karmen Pedaru, Joan Smalls, Nadja Bender, Janis Ancens, Baptiste Radufe photographed by Mert and Marcus.
See more photos from this campaign after the jump.
Looking pretty much like all previous Gucci eyewear campaigns, here is Charlie Timms and Maud Welze for the fall winter 2012 2013 collection. I am glad the glasses are also featured in the main campaign looks because the black and white images with the green and red gucci banner makes mefeel like I am looking at the same thing over and over ... but it is still a nice campaign.
Photography Ben Toms.