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When it comes to changing the viewer’s mindset, British photographer Phil Poynter is second to none. For Prada’s Sport 2001 collection, he shot a campaign full of his notorious vibrancy. Aerial and awe-inspiring, the campaign seemed to capture a collective effervescence certainly linked to the sport community. Yet when Phill Poynter staged such a large group of people – around two hundred choreographed models – he overtly created a fashionable image that can only recall of the Mass Games.
Prada Sport Spring/Summer 2001 campaign by Phil Poynter.

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Art direction
Domino
Photography
Alice Rosati (Adamsky)
Styling
Rogelio F. Burgos
Starring from rigth to left, back to front
Palina Zavi (Marilyn), Domino, Martin L, (M Management), Sami Y (Success), Paul Manniez (Elite Paris), Nastya Skaia (Silent Models Paris), Jeremie Trojman (Elite Paris), Assa (Teen Models), Mia Quinn (Viva Model Management Barcelona), Zacharie V (Success), Nassim G (Rockmen), Nicolas Boeuf (Bananas Models), Theo Spitz (Bananas Models), Jason (Rockmen), Linda Novotna (Silent Models Paris), Paul B (M Management), Remi Laforet (Elite Paris), Serena M (M Management), Ilana Davies (Marilyn), Harold Vente (Elite Paris), Asger Wollmer
Hair
Christos Vourlis
Make up
Yvane Rocher (Atomo Management)
Make up assistant
Alexandra Americ
Hair assistants
Quentin Guyen, Omar Bouker
Special thanks to
Sami Sabbarini, Laetitia Reversat, Liana Soulie, Marianne Mao, Rosie Ware, Sharon Cunningham,Federica Rustignoli, Felipe Paez, Berix Enesa, David Atlan, Adrianna Janiszewska, Guillaume Donsante
Words
Doria Arkoun

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