The latest Kenzo campaign is portraying the appreciation of music in an incredible way.
Kenzo’s latest ad campaign features phenomenal artists both in front and behind the camera. L.A based twin photographers, Jalan and Jibril Durimel, photographed Golden Globe winner/Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross, actor/activist Jesse Williams, and cellist/singer Kelsey Lu.
Along with the campaign, there is a Kenzo short film which is set to release Feb. 10. The short film entitled, “Music is My Mistress”, was written and directed by Kahlil Joseph. Joseph played a key role in the making of Beyoncé’s Lemonade. The site states that the short film aims to portray that, “music is much more than mere sound and rhythm. This story casts music herself as the central character of an unfolding drama across cultures, space, and time.”
Ross, Williams, and Lu star in the latest Kenzo campaign and the trio is better than anything we could’ve imagined. The three regularly exude beauty but together, it’s almost too much to handle. See the images below: