Theyskens’ Theory: the spring campaign

There’s a moody ambiance to the latest campaign for Theyskens’ Theory. Images of Wylie Hays sailing down a cold corridor are overlaid with an image of moss covered stone and sea. The former were shot by Willy Vanderperre in Long Island City, the latter by Olivier Theyskens himself in Belgium. Despite their geographic diversity, the images come together perfectly to reflect the cool, clean nature of Theyskens’ designs.


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Theyskens' Theory S/S '13 Campaign
Theyskens' Theory S/S '13 Campaign
Theyskens' Theory S/S '13 Campaign

Styled by Olivier Rizzo, you can view more of the campaign at the gallery.

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