Louis Vuitton has released their Fall Winter 2015 ad campaign, and takes some inspiration from the past. For their Fall Winter Collection, Vuitton pays tribute to designer Christopher Nemeth by using his vision from his past collections. Nemeth was an artist and designer, born in England, who was inspired by Japanese art and lifestyle after moving to Tokyo in 1986.
For their 2015 campaign, Louis Vuitton’s Creative Director, Kim Jones, worked alongside photographer Alasdair McLellan to create a modern vision worthy of Nemeth’s art. The set of photographs feature fresh faced model David Trulik, who has also stared in past campaigns for Vuitton.
The mood of the photographs are dark and bruit, as the black and white tones allow for a stronger focus on the silhouette and graphic designs of the collection, which was a signature trademark for Nemeth. It is an overall striking and exceptional piece of imagination.
Story By: Tony Madrid
Images By: Louis Vuitton