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Burberry AW11 Campaign

Burberry reveals its Autumn/Winter 2011 campaign, shot by Mario Testino and featuring Brit actors, models and musicians. Created to showcase the diversity of the Burberry guy and girl and inspired by its 1960’s campaign images, the brand once again launches a rolling campaign for AW11 introducing new cast members and themes each month.

The cast for this month includes The Model Wall‘s Johnny George and Amber Anderson alongside fellow models Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn, Edie Campbell, Molly Smith, Thomas Penfound and Jake Cooper, actor Sam Claflin and musician Matthew Whitehouse.

I was inspired by iconic British portraits and our own archive campaigns from the late 1960s of Jean Shrimpton using her trench coat to shelter herself from the poetic and romantic British weather. We wanted to create a group of portraits celebrating British actors, musicians and models.” – Christopher Bailey, Burberry Chief Creative Officer

© Copyright Burberry/Testino

 

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