Miu Miu never fail to deliver, and this season they have gone one further with their Resort 2014 campaign, as Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadi capture two leading actresses of the moment, Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos. The two stars are the French co-stars of the controversial Palme d’Or-winning art house film ‘Blue Is The Warmest Colour’, a film well known with the provocative and true-to-life motives upon a turbulent and somewhat raunchy, lesbian affair
From what we’ve seen, the two up and coming French actresses are nowhere near as scandalous as the film that brought them together. Instead, they captured the spirit of Miu Miu is beautifully, embodying the feminine optimism of the 2014 Resort collection with smoldering charm. As for the photoshoots, while the collection discovers all the delightful details of the ultra-beautiful garments awaiting us, the five images show off the contrast between the actresses’ seductive presence and the background wall in baby pink and girlish styling, candy-colored prints and patterns of the collection.
Pose next to each other in the transitional season’s floral prints and bright pastels, the two models showcase Miu Miu 2014 collection, featuring number of stylish relaxed tops with details of beadwork, bustier, a loose jacket, cute hipster shorts, various skater skirts, pencil skirt, and a knee length cute dress, along with interesting accessories as final touches. This isn’t Seydoux’s first time in front of the camera for Miuccia Prada. She has previously appeared in print and film form for the Prada Candy fragrance.
For the Miu Miu handbags, they are presented as quilted variants from white and coral to white with brown, while the shoes in all of these looks have similar classic stiletto high heel shapes, despite being created with various design prints. All in all, this colorful campaign—which highlights the label’s colorful prints and youthful patterns—is only making us more excited about seeing these girls in their award-winning roles, since they clearly have killer chemistry.