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Kate Middleton's Go-To Brand Hires The Sartorialist for Its Fall Campaign

Photos: L.K.Bennett

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British brand L.K.Bennett went all out for their street style-themed fall campaign and tapped two big names of the genre. The high street brand, a perennial Kate Middleton favorite, enlisted both photographer Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist and the oft-photographed Caroline Issa. She frequently appears on The Sartorialist, serves as the fashion director of Tank magazine, and is both a designer and a frequent L.K.Bennett contributor.

For L.K.Bennett's Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign, Issa styled the ladylike collection and Schuman photographed models Kinga Rajzak and Auguste Abeliunaite against a backdrop of London landmarks. The skyline overlooking London Bridge and St. James’s Park make an appearance.

"By showing the collection in the context of her life, Scott has captured perfectly the character of the L.K. Bennett woman," L.K.Bennett CEO Robert Bensoussan said in a press release.

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