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The final campaign to feature a Raf Simons-designed Dior collection has officially been unveiled. WWD has a first look at the promotional shots that will break in US magazines like Harper's Bazaar on January 19th.
Dior tells WWD that the campaign is "an homage to femininity, glamor, and modernity." The concept shines through with images of young models wearing airy white dresses in front of a blank grey background. The campaign was shot by Patrick Demarchelier and features models Sofia Mechetner, Roos Abels, Staz Lindes, Maartje Verhoef, Grace Hartzel and Binx Walton.
The release of images brings Simons's tangible contributions at Dior to a close. The designer resigned from the French house shortly after the last Paris fashion week, in October of last year.
In addition to the still campaign images, Dior will release a digital film on its website January 20th. You can watch a preview of the film over at WWD.