David Gandy for Massimo Dutti and Lucky Brand
David Gandy, the striking 33-year British model has been nothing but busy, heading the spring 2013 campaign for the Spanish fashion house, Massimo Dutti. In addition, he has also finished the photo shoot for Lucky Brand jeans alongside Brazilian supermodel, Isabeli Fontana. The iconic face of Dolce & Gabbana does not rest on his laurels and in spite of a busy schedule, David finds time to host a charity auction.
- Massimo Dutti
Hunter & Gatti, respected names in fashion photography, were responsible for the magnificent shots of David Gandy for the Massimo Dutti campaign. From linen blazers and gingham shirts to sport twill trousers and napa leather moccasin, Gandy looked every inch confident and ruggedly handsome. The campaign includes a fabulous collection of the NYC Limited Edition from crisp blazers and timeless check shirts to comfortable chinos and suit trousers. Gandy was also modelling an elegant double-breasted trench coat. Fine accessories such as plain or printed handkerchief, tricot ties, Pashmina shawls, shoes, and wallets are part of the collection.
The Spanish fashion house announced a year ago that a Massimo Dutti flagship store will officially open on Fifth Avenue. Massimo Dutti, which shares the same parent company as Zara, will be the first store of the brand in the US although it is present in over 50 countries. The store will carry men’s and women’s apparel as well as shoes, accessories and women’s fragrances.
- Lucky Brand Spring/Summer 2013
David Gandy together with Isabeli Fontana spearheaded the Lucky Brand campaign for spring and summer. Gandy is a perfect fit for his role as the debonair cowboy in the campaign. Still shots of the two showed them as a couple or David alone wearing fashionable spring and summer clothes. Plaid shirts, denim trousers, denim jackets, leather jackets, white ladies' tops as well as cool accessories in the form of snappy cowboy hats and shoes blend beautifully against the New Mexico backdrop.
Blue Steel Appeal Function Campaign
David Gandy is not only into fashion campaigns, he recently launched a fashion auction in collaboration with Red Nose and Ebay. Comic Relief, a charitable organisation is the primary beneficiary. Imagine bidding two tickets to the Versace show in Milan or dog walking in Richmond Park with Yasmin and Simon Le Bon. What about a driving experience at Mercedes-World? True, prices are not cheap, but if you have the means what better way than helping a charitable cause and doing something you like in exchange?