DVF’s Fly Fall Campaign Stars Arizona Muse On An Airstrip

If Chanel is the de facto outfitter to Ladies Who Lunch, then Diane von Furstenberg gets the title for the gals grabbing their Pret-A-Manger between meetings. Regardless of the grub spot, both designers tend to dress NYC's best — from uptown socialites to the newest It DJ. But that doesn't mean the brands shoot here. Last time around Diane picked a desert as the setting for her spring campaign, and now she's left her leading lady on a landing strip. Naturally, we tossed out our model-GPS for good, and geared up for the vertigo. The subject? The effortlessly gorgeous Arizona Muse, who's forced to fend for herself (with one chic clutch, of course).
Let us be the first ones to tell you: Arizona looks fly. Photographer Camilla Akrans set the images in the uninterrupted expanse of an abandoned airstrip, where the only figures we recognize are Muse and an oversized, mirrored DVF logo — it's like they're the last two things on earth (and we wouldn't mind!). Between the slick black top, the enormous emblem, and one endless, very empty horizon, Diane Von Furstenberg's point of view for fall is clear: high drama is in! (WWD)

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