Fashion Plates – For the first ready-to-wear campaign for Dior under Raf Simons, the Parisian fashion house enlists Willy Vanderperre for a series of chic, pictorial scenes. Models Daria Strokous, Daiane Conterato, Nicole Pollard, Anna Martynova and Marie Piovesan are today’s Dior women in a simple, minimal setting reminiscent of an art gallery.
Dior Puts Daria Strokous, Daiane Conterato and Others on Display for its Spring 2013 Campaign by Willy Vanderperre
Published January 2, 2013
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7 thoughts on “Dior Puts Daria Strokous, Daiane Conterato and Others on Display for its Spring 2013 Campaign by Willy Vanderperre”
I love how surreal the campaign is. Long live King Raf.
There are only 5 models in the campaign. Kati Nescher is not in it.
You are correct. The entry has been edited now.
This is stunning! Understated but so elegant.
Hideous! Every little part of this campaign SUCKS!
I think it’ll look a lot better in print. Right now (I’m looking at the enlarged jpegs), it’s just meh.