Here is a recap of some of the campaigns that left their mark on 2014.
As part of its ‘The Art of Collaboration’ series, which aims to highlight the talent of different contemporary photographers, Bottega Veneta called in British photographer David Sims, who shot supermodel Edie Campbell for the Fall-Winter 2014-2015 campaign.
In previous seasons, Pieter Hugo, Peter Lindbergh, Collier Schorr, Nan Goldin and Annie Leibovitz have shared their vision with the Italian brand.
Directed by Karl Lagerfeld for the latest Chanel Métiers d’Art show, the highly anticipated short film “Reincarnation” featured two of the trendiest celebrities of 2014: Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams.
The British model and it girl played a waitress, while the American music producer and man of the moment played a bell hop. Geraldine Chaplin and Baptiste Giabiconi also appear in the short.
After recruiting Lady Gaga in 2013, Versace decided to honor a page from its history by naming Madonna as the face of the SS 2015 collection.
Shot by the famous fashion photography duo Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, the campaign — in black and white — shows Madonna looking determined, sensual and more youthful than ever.
At age 47, Julia Roberts is the face of the luxury brand’s Spring-Summer 2015 collection. The first photos, revealed in early December, show the “Pretty Woman” star wearing a very androgynous look, with a black tuxedo jacket, a shirt with a contrasting white collar, and minimal makeup.
In the Denim X Alexander Wang campaign, photographer Steven Klein captured the young blonde in a very racy pose.
One shot shows a close-up of Ewers’ thighs with a hand placed over her privates, while another shows her from head to toe, completely naked except for the jeans around her ankles.
Needless to say, the images quickly made the rounds on the internet.