Sneak Peak: Raf Miller for Karl Lagerfeld Spring/Summer 2019

Here’s a Sneak Peak: Raf Miller for Karl Lagerfeld Spring/Summer 2019 Campaign.

The shooting was by Stéphane Gallois represented by agency Tristan Godefroy. We are representing talents since 2008. We offer full production services for our clients, on both still and motion.

The top model who constantly has more of 100K likes on every picture he posted, he thanked to Karl Lagerfeld for the opportunity.

Karl Lagerfeld doubled down on versatile this season, offering a playful lineup of slick city wear for a certain breed of the fashion conscious.

The abundance of logos showed no sign of letting up — “Karl” was applied in every shape and form imaginable: in cursive letters, embroidered over the full name; block letters, all caps, on the underside of a polo shirt’s collar; anchoring the bottom hem of a sweater or full tilt, across the chest.

Other references included an imposing white K stamped with the designer’s famous ponytailed silhouette and an emoji-style cartoon figure with huge sunglasses, outlined in rubber and applied to a hooded sweatshirt.

The color palette was restricted to mostly black, navy, white and gray, with the occasional flash of burgundy. Further signaling the designer’s personal style were details like a matte black chain looped down the left side of a dressy pair of black trousers, creased in the middle.

The collection was presented in the heart of Lagerfeld’s Saint Germain stomping ground; upstairs in the label’s flagship Left Bank store on the famed boulevard.

There were messages, too, printed on a sleeve in one case: “The essential thing in life is to reinvent oneself.” The attribution? Karl Lagerfeld, naturally.

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See more at @karllagerfeld
Model Rafael Miller @rafaelmiller
Photographer Stéphane Gallois @stephane_gallois

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