This season, Charles & Keith is celebrating individuality and the power of fashion to express one’s unique personality. The brand’s Fall 2019 collection campaign is fronted by globally recognised supermodels Hailey Bieber and Xiao Wen Ju. Both have a remarkable presence and an inimitable sense of style, making them the perfect muses for this bold and contemporary collection.
In addition, to be a top-rated model, Hailey Bieber is also a television personality and social media influencer. Frequently featured in fashion magazines and spotted on fashion runways, Bieber has a charismatic aura and is a natural in front of the camera. Her street-meets-glam personal style is admired by both the media and her sizeable online following.
Based in New York, Xiao Wen Ju is a respected fixture in the fashion industry who has been modelling since 2010. Her famous face has also graced countless magazine covers and fronted many a fashion campaign. Her participation in a broad spectrum of projects speaks of her prowess and versatility as a model.
The Charles & Keith Fall 2019 collection campaign is refreshingly modern but gives a tasteful nod to the past. The campaign photoshoot features a minimalist set that features clean lines and soft earthy tones. The elegant simplicity of the set is mirrored in the sleek classic cuts of the models’ clothes. Against this backdrop, the collection’s fashion-forward collection of shoes, bags and jewellery take centre-stage.
This versatile and diverse range is made for women who love fashion and are not afraid to experiment with it. Based on pared-down design philosophy, it features a colour palette of pleasing neutral shades with pops of subtle accent hues. From thigh-high vinyl boots and heeled ankle booties to classy heeled loafers and houndstooth slip-on sneakers, these are shoes to bring you through the colder months in style. Where bags are concerned, small is big as mini bags take the spotlight.
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