Versace just brought in 54 models from different backgrounds for its recent Fall/Winter 2018 advertising campaign. The Italian fashion house aims to create an inclusive world through a series of shots starring “supermodels and young new talents in looks that are all about confidence,” the brand explained on Instagram.
Faces spottedinclude Kaia Gerber, Stella Maxwell and Adut Akech, Bella and Gigi Hadid, Moroccan Nora Attal and Egyptian-Moroccan Imaan Hammam.
“Side by side, the main image features a cast of fifty-four models symbolizing inclusivity, a key value for artistic director Donatella Versace and her vision for the brand,” stated the brand, with the campaign broken up into 13 separate posts.
Shot by Steven Meisel, the advertising campaign is the longest Versace line-up is made up of a mega mix of personalities – from supermodels to young new talent in looks that are all about confidence,” the brand added on Instagram.