Calvin Klein convenes 36 models for its latest denim campaign

Thirty-six male and female models will feature in the 2018 Calvin Klein Jeans fall campaign. The latest chapter in the #MyCalvins' story is once again a family celebration of youth and diversity.


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Having called on the Kardashian-Jenner sisters and 'it' girls Millie Bobby Brown and Paris Jackson for its most recent campaigns, the brand strikes again with a cast of no fewer than 36 models to show off its Calvin Klein Jeans 2018 fall collection. 

The brainchild of Calvin Klein's artistic director Raf Simons, the campaign celebrates the spirit of youth culture while highlighting strength in numbers and the importance of being "part of something bigger." In the images for the campaign, this notion is expressed by the models posing in an enormous open billboard, inspired by the Stars and Stripes.

Photographed by Willy Vanderperre, the cast for the campaign includes brother and sister Presley and Kaia Gerber, who have already posed for Calvin Klein, along with Lulu Tenney, Fernando Albaladejo, Dylan Christensen, Sebastian Rosemarie, Selena Forrest, Skylar Tartz, Sunnaya, and Tucker Tripp, to name but a few.

The new recruits will join a long list of celebrities, who have already posed for "#MyCalvins," among them Solange Knowles, who took part in a shoot with Kelela, Caroline Polachek, Dev Hynes, and Adam Bainbridge, and the New York hip-hop collective A$AP Mob comprising A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast, A$AP Twelvyy, A$AP Ant, A$AP Lou and A$AP J. Scott.




 

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