Jimmy Choo’s Fall Campaign Captures the Rock & Roll of the 60s
The brand’s fall advertisements were shot by Terry Richardson in the back of an antique Rolls-Royce Phantom V.
The 60s-inspired shots were motivated by musical icons including Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull. Jimmy Choo Creative Directors Sandra Choi and Simon Holloway have revealed the aims behind the glamorous shoot.
“Capture the innocent and glamorous spirit of the late Sixties, the joy of dressing up in eclectic rock ‘n’ roll style, of feeling cool and going out,” they explained to WWD.
Models Querelle Jansen and Jonas Kesseler star in the advertisements. Querelle is seen wearing a range of glamorous accessories in the shots.
In one image she is clutching a python handbag and wears brown suede platform boots with fox fur and suede fringing detail.
Jonas looks dapper in a series of footwear. In one shot he is wearing camouflage-printed brogues while in another picture, the floppy-haired model dons a Chelsea boot.
The ads will break in the August issues of British and American glossies, including Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.