After releasing imagery featuring the Kardashian-Jenner family, A$AP Mob, and Solange, Kelela and Dev Hynes, Calvin Klein has now returned with its campaign for Spring/Summer 2018. Shot by long-term Raf Simons collaborator Willy Vanderperre, the campaign is set in the same countryside barn as previous imagery with the location tying in with the collection’s themes of Americana and horror films.
These influences are referenced in the Sterling Ruby-designed props taken from the New York Fashion Week show, as well as shoes that reference Friday the 13th. Some of the stand out pieces of the collection itself include colorful cowboy-inspired outfits and garments featuring Andy Warhol graphic prints.
You can take a look at the full campaign above. For more fashion, read about how Swedish designer Per Götesson is redefining menswear staples.