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Apr 9, 2015
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UK's Nicholas Kirkwood reveals new SS15 campaign

Published
Apr 9, 2015

Nicholas Kirkwood, the London-based footwear designer, on Thursday launched his campaign for spring/summer 2015, called "Lucid Plains."

Nicholas Kirkwood


The campaign, shot by by director and photographer Yvan Fabing and styled by Charlotte Stockdale, features Kirkwood's psychedelic "Kaleidoscope" sandal. The sandal, which is decorated with trippy cut-outs, was influenced by Japanese poster art of the 1960’s and 70’s, particularly the work of Tadanori Yokoo.

It is showcased on a model in body paint, taking the focus away from the model - a smart way of making sure the viewer focuses on the product.

Kirkwood's latest collection features "multilayered techniques, such as foiling, laser cutting, embossing and printing," and is available in his own stores as well as online and in stockists globally.

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