The campaign is "an homage to femininity, glamor, and modernity."
The collection is inspired by "the African savanna."
"We saw the recent trend of some designer brands shooting men in womenswear and thought doing just the opposite could/would be interesting and noteworthy.'
The label goes from '90s babies to '90s icons.
Smith is seen in womenswear pieces from the label's spring 2016 collection.
Former face of the label Courtney Love would be proud.
"It was a very big production: 27 models. That’s a lot of people."
He'll take us behind-the-scenes while shooting the new campaign.
"[Ryder] does not model the look she gets into the role- and exudes it!"
The three models depict "the intimate relationship between a woman and her shoes."
There's an Apple Watch band for every outfit, even floral overalls.
"The only like that counts is your own."
It's Samira Wiley's first time working on a designer campaign.
The splashiest campaigns of the year.
"Sometimes to get a political message across, having a commercial brand support an issue can actually help."
It's all photographed by Tim Walker, with models like Karen Elson.
"Vulgar waste of a classic artistic automobile. I wish nothing but despair and failure for Rag & Bone!"
London stars in these ads too.
Alexander Wang's a big fan.
Fashion families are all the rage.
Kendall Jenner's face is going to be everywhere this fall.
She's already the face of Cavalli for fall.