Maurizio Cattelan | TOILETPAPER for KENZO FW13 campaign | ITSLIQUID

Maurizio Cattelan | TOILETPAPER for KENZO FW13 campaign

Art, Fashion | September 2, 2013 |

Image courtesy of KENZO / TOILETPAPER

Maurizio Cattelan | TOILETPAPER for KENZO FW13 campaign

TOILETPAPER magazine, directed by Maurizio Cattelan, Pierpaolo Ferrari and Micol Talso, is responsible for KENZO’s FW13 campaign. The ads is selected by The Business of Fashion as the best one of the season.

Image courtesy of KENZO / TOILETPAPER

TOILETPAPERS’s creative direction sees American model Sean O’Pry and Academy Award-nominated Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi starring in a series of technicolour, popart and surrealism-influenced conditions to promote the new collection by the international brand which was founded by Japanese designer Kenzo Takada and has since seen Carol Lim and Humberto Leon take over its creative direction since 2011.

Image courtesy of KENZO / TOILETPAPER

For the Paris-based fashion house, TOILETPAPER ideated visuals where O’Pry and Kikuchi are depicted in contradicting situations, while still expressing KENZO’s love for travel, art, culture and of course fashion-breaking away from the expected joys of living with exciting influences.

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