The campaign features a series of intimate images starring international model Jessica Stam depicts the modern CAMILLA AND MARC woman; illustrating how she connects to all facets of the brand depending on the occasion.
Stam, known as a long-standing muse of Steven Meisel, adds "It is an honour to be part of the CAMILLA AND MARC Resort campaign. It was my first time in Australia and the brand perfectly encapsulates the effortless and sophisticated Australian lifestyle."
The sentiment of the collection and its campaign encapsulates how the CAMILLA AND MARC woman is feeling at this very moment. The resulting collection bears an undeniable sense of movement and weightlessness, achieved through the use of ultra-light yet luxurious fabrications combined with the thoroughly considered application of colour and detail intended to create an elevated sense of ease.
Behind the scenes polaroid portraits of Jessica Stam were also taken by Marc Freeman. The portfolio focused on Freeman's interpretation of the model wearing the collection, and illustrates a more candid and personal approach to the campaign.
Now in their twelfth year, CAMILLA AND MARC is synonymous with strong yet feminine and effortlessly elegant designs; a covetable combination that has see their creations worn by the likes of Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Margot Robbie, Solange Knowles and Jessica Alba.
In Asia, CAMILLA AND MARC is available in the following stores:
Hong Kong – D-mop
Chongqing – S.N.D
Shanghai - Heaven
Zhoushan – Wendyz
Thailand – Emporium
Singapore – The Well Dressed Society Online Store
Thailand’s first socially- and eco-conscious festival, Wonderfruit returns over the holiday season from Dec 17-20, 2015 to The Fields at Siam Country Club in Pattaya, 150km southeast of Bangkok.
The world-class lineup includes Jon Hopkins x Chris Levine presenting the iy_project, Yasiin Bey, The Faint, Rhye, Blonde Redhead, Submotion Orchestra, HVOB, Lucent Dossier Experience and Daedelus alongside over 30 more musical acts. Additionally, Wonderfruit features socially responsible and eco-conscious initiatives, live art installations and performances, health and wellness for all the family, skill-sharing workshops, talks from visionary speakers, and natural adventures.
Set against the lush landscape of Pattaya, Thailand - the adventure of Wonderfruit Festival eagerly awaits. Returning to The Fields at Siam Country Club, just 150km southeast of Bangkok, in picturesque Pattaya in Chonburi province from December 17th through 20th, Thailand’s premiere eco-conscious and sustainability-driven festival destination presents their third and final phase of world renowned live performers and homegrown musical acts.
New York’s indie trio Blonde Redhead, Jacques Greene, Austria’s emerging techno stars HVOB, No Regular Play, DJ Aaron James, Harts, and more officially join the already impressive menagerie of musicians like Yasiin Bey, The Faint, Rhye, Goldroom, Daedelus, and the world premiere of Jon Hopkins x Chris Levine’s audiovisual collaboration, theiy_project. This third wave also features a line up of regional talents including Horja Bius, Rajasthan Roots, Karsh Kale, DJ Dragon, The Asawin Band, Taibaan, DJ Por Yai, Sombat Simlah, The Sticky Rice Band, and Beatles tribute group The Beatle Nuts, coming from across Asia and Thailand.
If you’re ready to feast on more than just music over the weekend, Bo.Lan, Err, and The Oyster Bar will take charge with an array of mouthwatering dishes as part of the Wonder Feasts series. Bo.Lan will be leading Friday’s dinner with authentic Thai cuisine with a sense of home-cooked comfort and a contemporary twist - a combination that has seen it included amongAsia's 50 Best Restaurants. Experience some healthy, lighter dishes for lunch on Saturday with Err before the world-famous Chef Gaggan takes the stage with traditional Indian cuisine cooked over charcoal. Get ready for the perfect meal to energize you for the last full day of Wonderfruit as New York-born Chef Bill Marinelli from The Oyster Bar will bring you a suitably decadent alfresco Sunday brunch starting with oysters direct from Seattle, accompanied by a glass of bubbly.
In addition to delectable eats, come brush up your swing dancing skills with Bangkok Swing, learn hammock weaving and wood carving with Kru Somsri and Kru Kumjun Yano, and relax with May Nogoy x Papercutz at their Soulful Yoga class. Get creative designing something eco-friendly with your kids while listening to Isabella and Melati Wijsen explain their initiative to rid Bali of plastic bags entirely at the Bye Bye Plastic Bags x trash fashion show in the pop up Green School - all new additions to this year's Talks & Workshops.
Tickets are still available, and begin at $160 (THB 5,500 or £100); boutique tents with a fan, RV camping and hotel packages are also available. See you there!