This season, brands like Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, and Balmain recruited a surprising, yet recognizable, cast including both legendary models and the children of legendary models.
Who: Gigi Hadid
Donatella Versace’s very first Instagram post was a selfie of her and Hadid, announcing the 21-year-old supermodel as the new face of the brand. Now that’s a good way to get Insta-followers.
Who: Iris Law
Campaign: Illustrated People.
Why: Jude Law’s daughter makes her modeling debut in the campaign from London-based label Illustrated People.
Who: Lana Wachowski
Campaign: Marc Jacobs
The transgender director first caught Jacobs’s eye with her powerful acceptance speech when she received the Human Rights Campaign Visionary Award in 2012.
Who: Lydia Hearst
It’s a Page Six item turned instant classic image: Lydia Hearst breastfeeds twin newborns while dining in a fancy restaurant. Thank you, Steven Klein.
Who: Zoe Kravitz and Lisa Bonet
Campaign: Calvin Klein
Kravitz is double-dipping between brands apparently, this time hand-in-hand with her mom, Lisa Bonet, in Calvin Klein’s accessories ads.
Who: Hailey Baldwin and Ruby Rose
Campaign: Ralph Lauren, Denim and Supply
Baldwin and Orange is the New Black star Ruby Rose stalk the cobblestoned streets of New York in photos by Mark Seliger.
Who: Jemima Kirke
Campaign: Current / Elliot
The 30-year-old Girls star looks free-spirited in a loose-fitting boyfriend jean and relaxed blouse for the denim brand, in pictures shot by Cass Bird and styled by Stevie Dance.
Who: Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell
The ’90s are back in the best way. Olivier Rousteign tapped three of our favorite cover girls and made them look more fabulous than ever.