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PRADA MENSWEAR FALL/WINTER 2012-13 AD CAMPAIGN

The Italian fashion house, Prada unveiled its latest menswear ad campaign Fall/Winter 2012 shot by prolific fashion photographer David Sims. The campaign stars Hollywood’s leading men Gary Oldman, Garrett Hedlund, Jamie Bell, and Willem Dafoe. All looks dapper in vintage-styled Prada double-breasted and pinstriped suits inspired by sartorial historicism.

It was back in early January when these four gentlemen walked the giant carpeted red square in Prada Menswear Fall/Winter 2012-13 fashion show. To fashion insider and movie savvy, the show was truly reminiscing and memorable where each of these leading men had their own moments to shine. Thanks to the ingenious thought of Miuccia Prada.

The fashion set could not be simpler with a burgundy background, a perfect backdrop to accentuate the classy ambience and fashion house’s sartorial heritage of artisanship. As announced, the campaign will break in global magazines in early August so make sure to get yourself a copy.

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