Herzigova to star for Prada

Last updated 12:01 21/12/2012
Eva Herzigova
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STEPPING UP: Eva Herzigova is to star for Prada.

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Eva Herzigova is among a list of top supermodels starring in Prada’s Spring 2013 campaign.

The floral-inspired collection is modelled by the 39-year-old Czech beauty and fellow fashionistas Vanessa Axente, Saskia de Brauw, Irina Kravchenko, Sung Hee, Irene Hiemstra, Kirsten Owen, Sasha Pivovarova, Amber Valletta, Maartje Verhoef and Raquel Zimmermann.

The all-star line up features in a series of studio portraits, shot by Steven Meisel.

According to an official release, the aim is to reveal the models’ “individual personas” and channel “Prada’s new take on modern femininity”.

The ‘60s inspired line features flower power prints on immaculately-cut coats and luxe fur stoles.

Accessories are chunky platform shoes and boxy bags in muted colours.

The models look natural as they pose with minimal make-up and hairstyles range from blunt fringes to pulled-back up-dos.

This week has been big for Spring 2013 campaigns, as DKNY revealed Cara Delevingne as the face of next season’s collection.

The British beauty was selected to front the new line of sports-luxe clothing in punchy neon colours.

Unlike Prada’s clean-cut and minimalist vision, the DKNY campaign features the hustle and bustle of New York City in the background with playful action shots of the 20-year-old in the foreground.

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