Kendall Jenner Stuns in Jimmy Choo’s Effortlessly Glamorous Autumn Campaign
September 13, 2022
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Captured on location in sunny Los Angeles by Carlijn Jacobs, Jimmy Choo’s Autumn 2022 Time to Dare campaign embodies the fashion house’s glamorous, confident, and daring spirit. Kendall Jenner steps into the role of Jimmy Choo’s modern goddess, commanding full attention against the backdrop of a private and decadent setting, her gaze and presence empowered, alluring and self-assured.
Whether you prefer bold and bright pink, sleek black or glamourous gold, these shoes and handbags deserve their place in your wardrobe:
Cast in shades of Autumn’s signature candy pink alongside tonal mainstays such as black and gold, the Varenne Avenue Quad handbag is a focal point of the campaign. Kendall wears it with the coordinating Blake knee-high boots, stretching limbs to infinity. High boots and pointed toe pump and boots are the season’s must-haves to achieve an exaggerated and intricately detailed look.
Another Jimmy Choo signature, the Biker boot, is similarly reinterpreted: the Biker II Over The Knee Flat stretches out this daytime classic to become a confident statement piece for today’s goddess, with stretch bonded fabric rising to mid-thigh, enhanced with buckle details and a thick tread sole.
The collection features more casual styles such as the Diamond Light Maxi sneaker – a year-long staple. The off-duty essential is spotlighted as Kendall nonchalantly reclines poolside, the embodiment of effortless glamour.
Perhaps our favorite piece features in the campaign is the Dreece knee boot in candy pink – a must-have that embodies the season’s most striking styles and shades. This one kicks Barbiecore up a notch, and we’re here for it.
Fall for femininity this Autumn with a hyper-femme colour palette of refined candy pink, pale gold, palladium and graphic black, paired with shapes where the feminine silhouette is redefined, evolved and eternally enhanced.
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