A Guy Named Maurizio

by Eyal de Leeuw | 10.07.13

The Garconniere loves Kenzo‘s new fall campaign created by Maurizio Cattelan and the photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari  – both responsible for the amazing Toilet Papera text-free biannual magazine which contains only full-page photographic spreads. As Cattelan has explained it: “ I hope some of these images can sustain more than thirty seconds of attention—most images can only sustain around ten seconds.”

Toilet Paper

The campaign, that introduces Kenzo’s new fall collection (available in Tel Aviv at Verner), looks like Guy Bourdin-gone-wild-photographes, mixing surreal images, clothes and bright colors. The result is one of the best campaign we’ve seen, bringing Cattelan’s sense of weirdness to the (fake) glamorous fashion world.

 

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