The Weimar influence of Prada‘s Fall 2014 collection is brought to the fore as an ambiguous relationship unravels in a bleak landscape of brutalist architecture.

The Art Deco prints and the raw shearling play a contrast with the gray modernism of the concrete rounded surface and steel-gray glass window that reflect the surrounding landscape. The faces of the models plays a sharp contrast with the raw geometric concrete enhancing  the strong yet sweet sensuousness that pervades the whole Prada Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Like in a subtle dance between the two models, between shadow and light, harshness and sensuousness, the campaign captures the avant-garde spirit and the human narration that takes canter stage in all Prada collections.

Masterfully photographed by the legendary Steven Meisel with models Mica Arganaraz and Karl Kolbitz. Meisel’s shoot for the renowned Italian label took place in Bedford Hills, New York. The campaign was styled by Olivier Rizzo with hair stylist Guido Palau and famed makeup artist Pat McGrath.