Alexander Wang’s Fall Campaign is Close to Our Hearts

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Published July 13, 2011

 

IMAGE COURTESY OF ALEXANDER WANG

We immediately felt a sense of kinship when we saw this, the first sneak-preview image from Alexander Wang’s Fall/Winter 2011 campaign, and with good reason: it was created by some of Interview‘s nearest and dearest. Editorial director Fabien Baron shot the campaign—in an abandoned 1920s grain factory in Brooklyn, no less!—which features Racquel Zimmerman; creative director Karl Templer got in on the fun, too, and styled the shoot. (We’ve also been known to work with Paul Hanlon, who did the hair, and makeup artist Mark Carasquillo.)

We’d be remiss in not paying tribute to Wang, then, as his campaign video launches at several locations around New York this evening. At 9 p.m., the video will be projected onto buildings including those at the corners at Houston and MacDougal; 14th Street and University Place; and 14th Street and Eighth Avenue. If you’re busy tonight, don’t worry: the video will be projected for three consecutive nights, ending Friday. And if you’re not in New York, check out the video online instead starting tomorrow morning.