Egelnick and Webb has created the autumn/winter print campaign for Jimmy Choo. The work will be applied across the company’s Milan store shop front and in its global advertising. Egelnick and Webb director Toby Egelnick says the campaign, which was shot by David Slijper, draws on the themes of the shoe collection – prohibition, Art Deco and eastern trends. Inspiration came from ‘1920s and 1930s nude photography with a Shanghai twist’, says Egelnick.
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