Famous German photographer Juergen Teller has been signed up to shoot the fall/winter 2019-2020 collection from Isabel Marant. In simple, understated style, the campaign was shot in a Parisian park. As the summer season dawns, fashion brands and designers are starting to unveil advertising campaigns for their fall/winter 2019 collections, rolling out in the coming weeks. Isabel Marant, for example, has entrusted the internationally renowned photographer, Juergen Teller, with the season’s campaign, featuring an all-star cast. The first photos, shared on the label’s Instagram page, feature three models who are very much in vogue, often seen walking the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris. They are the American models Cara Taylor and Binx Walton, and the Dutch model Parker van Noord, who can all be seen posing outdoors between two rows of manicured trees.
The campaign showcases pieces from the Isabel Marant fall/winter 2019 collection, designed with travel in mind and with a touch of Parisian elegance. There are also plenty of references to the 1980s, notably with big shoulders. With its various shades of gray and beige, the collection’s neutral color palette is in perfect harmony with the campaign setting.