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DUA LIPA is the Face of VERSACE Fall Winter 2021 Collection

Photography duo Mert and Marcus team up with pop superstar Dua Lipa for Versace’s FW21 Campaign

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©VERSACE, Photography by Mert and Marcus

Luxury house VERSACE unveiled the first look at their Fall Winter 2021.22 campaign featuring pop superstar Dua Lipa lensed by fashion photography duo Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott. In charge of styling was Jacob K, with creative direction from Ferdinando Verderi. Beauty is work of hair stylist Paul Hanlon, makeup artist Lisa Eldridge, and manicurist Simone Marino.

I’m so thrilled to be working with the iconic house of Versace. Getting to work so closely with Donatella and bonding over our shared love of fashion has been surreal. Her partnership throughout this process has been an unforgettable experience. The images we’ve created together are even better than I could have imagined, we’re so excited to share them with you all! – Dua Lipa

DUA LIPA VERSACE
©VERSACE, Photography by Mert and Marcus

For the campaign Dua is wearing Versace’s new La Greca signature pattern, inspired by the brand’s heritage. Italian brand will present full campaign and accompanying fashion film on August 30th.

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©VERSACE, Photography by Mert and Marcus

I can’t tell you how excited and thankful I am to have you as the star of my next campaign. The world is not ready for how GORGEOUS you look in these images! I love you – Donatella Versace wrote on her instagram profile.

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©VERSACE, Photography by Mert and Marcus

Lipa and Versace collaborated in the past, English singer wore Versace look at the 2019 Met Gala, as well as three different looks at this year’s Grammy Awards Ceremony, where she won the award for Best Pop Vocal Album.

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