Tilda Swinton Embraces Scottish Heritage for Chanel Paris-Edimbourg Campaign by Karl Lagerfeld

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 26, 2013


Paris-Edimbourg – Inspired by the Scottish influence of Chanel’s pre-fall 2013 Paris-Edimbourg collection, the iconic fashion house tapped actress Tilda Swinton for the collection’s campaign. Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld lensed the Scottish blonde for the new advertisements set against a backdrop of medieval tapestries. Rich tartan and ornate embellishments bring a new twist to the transitional season.








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    • He sort of does…. after he’s done shooting he hands the files to the real image makers… his retouchers…

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