The famous Australian top model Catherine McNeil appeared in an advertising campaign for Jimmy Choo apparel and accessories. Four shots, including a portrait shot by photographer Peter Lindbergh, are now available online. It seems that this is not only a big name change in the campaign credits, but also a new look at the ideal woman of the brand. Considering that Nicole Kidman has been working almost exclusively to promote the collections for the last several seasons, such a sharp turn of the course cannot be dictated only by an attempt to find something new or a desire to better reflect the brand's potential.
Catherine McNeil is not just a beautiful world-famous brown-haired woman, her face, movements, facial expressions are sharper, more mechanical and in some ways more aggressive than what Kidman could demonstrate. She looks more like a woman from the future, a half-human, half-supercomputer disguised as an inhabitant of the earth than a fragile doll made of silk and porcelain. Compared to the spring company, for which Nicole Kidman was invited to shoot, the autumn episode is more cold, more dynamic, more urban. Even in the frame with the beach, the camera lens clings to a nearby dial telephone - one call, a jerk and you are in the Matrix. Take a closer look: the set of leather jacket and skirts with a jagged edge that opens the gallery for Fall / Winter 2014-15 from Jimmy Choo would fit the modern Trinity.