Kate Moss (and That Wacky Little VooDoo Doll) For Alexander McQueen by Steven Klein.
With bright yellow hair, lots of cuffs and clutching a doll in her likeness, Kate Moss is the star of the 2014 Spring Summer ad campaign for Alexander McQueen - her first time appearing in ads for the brand. Shot by the fabulous Steven Klein, the images are accompanied by a short film (shown further down in the post), also directed by the photographer.
In the majority of the dark and moody photos, Kate is clutching a 3D printed doll in her own likeness, who is wearing her own miniature versions of the Alexander McQueen fashions and in some of the shots, is stuck with pins.
I have opted to brighten up the following cropped details a lot so you can see them:
The print ads, as running (brightness not altered), in the campaign:
and a close up of those amazing shoes:
and now, brightened up by me so you can actually see them:
The four and a half minute film, directed and shot by Steven Klein, was inspired by the 1960 British thriller Peeping Tom, stars the 40 year old Moss and was shot in East London:
all images courtesy of Alexander McQueen
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