Tilda Swinton, the Academy Award-winning actress, makes her third appearance as the ‘star’ of the Scottish luxury brand, Pringle’s autumn/winter campaign.
This time the ethereal beauty has a new sharply scissored 1960’s-style ‘basin cut’, which she calls her ‘warrior girl fringe’, specially styled by Duffy, and two new co-stars – her beloved English springer spaniels, Rosy and Dora.
The campaign is a true celebration of Scottish arts and crafts.
It was photographed in the famous Glasgow School of Art, founded in 1845, and designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Scottish architect, designer, watercolourist and sculptor, who was a key figure in both the Arts and Crafts movement and Art Nouveau.
The campaign was shot by the Swiss art photographer, Walter Pfeiffer, and also features the Scottish contemporary visual artist, Jim Lambie, who is a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art, as a menswear model.
By Hilary Alexander
Via The Telegraph
And here is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the campaign.