Fashion retailer Sisley launches its global spring/summer 2003 campaign this month, designed by New York-based EnergyProject with photographs by Terry Richardson. The work includes point-of-sale displays, catalogues, posters and advertising. Entitled Wet, Wet, Wet, the design has been conceived to ‘get the most out of the four elements – water, fire, air and earth,’ says a Sisley spokeswoman. The images are ‘heated up with [graphical images] of flames, electric jolts and flaming hearts,’ she adds.
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