For its spring-summer 2016 campaign, Kenzo tapped ‘Tangerine’ director Sean Baker to shoot a short film and stills. Starring Abbey Lee Kershaw, the images head to Slab City, California, at a snowbird campsite in the Sonoran Desert. Against a backdrop of trailers, abandoned cars and thistles, Abbey Lee poses in graphic prints and gladiator style sandals.
The advertisements were made with creative direction by Framework with styling by Fran Burns. Holli Smith worked on hair and with makeup by Fara Homidi. In addition to the print campaign, Baker also created an 11-minute film which will officially launch on February 3rd. Watch a teaser trailer below.
Kenzo Spring 2016 Runway
For Kenzo’s spring-summer 2016 runway show, designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon were inspired by a jet setting, globe traveling woman. With influences spanning from Eastern to tribal to sporty, graphic prints and peekaboo details are the main themes of the spring season.