This season, AMERICAN VINTAGE immortalise the faces and looks of about 20 people from all walks of life. United in Marseille, they represent a summer collection with a manifesto feel, in which clothing embraces intimacy. Their names are Nadir, Marlow, Harp, Lisa, Anna-Joe and Léo. They are dancers, students, parents or lovers. From all horizons, their diverse ages and profiles compose a voluntarily eclectic canvas.
In candid shots, Julia Champeau’s photos capture singular attitudes and looks, in which the clothing and materials reveal the personalities of those who wear them. Without dressing up, without concealing. Just the truth.
Sensitive and intimate, the images of the season are testimonials of the lucky, spontaneous encounters that we so dearly miss. Sharing uncontrollable laughter, saying “I love you” or pulling someone into a hug.
The body enveloped in natural materials, movements freed. Between men and men, women and women, men and women. Younger and older, jackets and hoodies are exchanged. It’s not fashion; it’s style. Their style.