British fashion brand Mulberry has turned to model Cara Delevingne to front its Spring 2014 campaign. It features Delevingne and an assortment of animal friends partaking in an English tea party.
Other animals invited to the Mulberry tea party include a pony, a tortoise, several dogs and what appears to be a pelican. It’s cheeky and fun – even a little ‘naughty’ – says Ronnie Cook Newhouse, who provided art direction for the campaign.
The ad campaign has been shot by Tim Walker. Art direction was by Cooke Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme of House and Holme, Edward Enninful was the stylist, makeup was by Val Garland, hair was by Malcolm Edwards and the set design was by Rhea Thierstein.
The campaign will kick off in the February issues of U.K. Vogue and U.K. Elle.
The 21-year old London-born Delevingne has previously been the face for Burberry. She also won Model of the Year at the British Fashion Awards in 2012.
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