Camper has revealed its new Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook, under the creative direction of Romain Kremer who went in collaboration with Corsica-born photographer Pierre-Ange Carlotti. The two French creatives joined their forces to conceive an interesting and marvelous concept spotlighting Lynchian aesthetics.
Captured in a full low-light red room, the lookbook highlights the models wearing huge veils hiding their faces, monochrome outfits and the shoes from Camper’s latest Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The label unveils its always well-sculptured and coloured pieces through a so-called ‘Lynchian’ atmosphere. From ankle boots to sneakers including smart shoes, canvas shoes, derbies and heeled loafer, the two creatives showcase their willing to stage the collection in an aesthetic macabre and mundane in between environment in order to keep going on Kremer’s artistic way.

A book gathering the whole Fall/Winter 2017 imagery is already available at worldwide CamperLab stores if you want to discover it.