After walking the runway for Philipp Plein Spring/Summer 2017 show, the singer Fergie graces the latest campaign of the German designer, shot by Steven Klein. “The ultimate hip hop honey vixen” is accompanied by model Matthew Terry as they are portrayed in blown-up scenery against a pitch-black background of the empty town.
Philipp Plein Spring/Summer 2017 Campaign is the logical continuation of the “Alice in Ghettoland” runway show that featured giant garden gnomes, a carousel with teddy bears and ice cream trucks. A fantasy-inspired set of the ads fascinates with a giant garden gnome watching over a kaleidoscopic neighborhood, the giant-size gelato cone and the candy-houses with a good-family-home fence and, of course, Fergie showing off over-the-top styles and accessories. She sports gladiator boots, jacquard suits, denim, gold chains and her Amazon ponytail “reign supreme.”
Philipp Plein Spring/Summer 2017 ads state the brand’s style philosophy and the clothes own the town, bringing a fantasy world to life and creating a sensorial reality that stretches out of its wonderfully imagined limits. The campaign puts women center stage, shining in gold accessories and details. The cold filter and blue undertones create salty and quite mysterious ambiance of the images.