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Versace's Spring Campaign Was "Not an Easy Feat"

Joan Smalls for Versace Spring 2013
Joan Smalls for Versace Spring 2013

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Versace's spring 2013 ad campaign, which was shot by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot, brings together three giant names in modeling: Kate Moss, Daria Werbowy, and Joan Smalls. If that sounds like a lot of personality in one photo shoot, it was. In a statement, Donatella Versace had this to say: "To have three glamorous and iconic women like Kate, Daria and Joan in one campaign is not an easy feat. Mert and Marcus really outdid themselves, each image is composed like a work of art." Take a peek after the jump.

Kate Moss for Versace Spring 2013

Daria Werbowy for Versace Spring 2013

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