BEYOND the MUSE
In keeping with BCBGMAXAZRIA's mission to empower and inspire women, the Spring/Summer 2019 Campaign takes the original concept of the muses, portrayed in Greek mythology as the female embodiments of all art forms, as its inspiration. We envision our female-led creative team as both the inspiration for, and the creators of, beauty, art and culture. Our three incredible “muses” worked together to bring this uniquely feminine perspective to life.
Model, Actress, Designer + Entrepreneur
An incredible work ethic and collaborative approach to projects define the career of multi-talented British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Whiteley has spent the past decade as the face of some of the world's most celebrated fashion houses, garnering her numerous “Model of the Year” awards from publications such as Elle establishing her as one of the highest paid models in the industry. Whiteley has also made a name for herself as an actress, appearing in Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon and the Academy Award-nominated Mad Max: Fury Road. She was named Harper Bazaar's 2016 "Businesswoman of the Year."
Fashion + Celebrity Stylist
Kate Young is a New York-based wardrobe stylist best known for her extensive roster of A-list clients and frequent collaborations with designers on their shows and collections. Her celebrity clients include Margot Robbie, Dakota Johnson, Selena Gomez, Sophie Turner, Rachel Weisz and Sienna Miller. Young has styled editorials for i-D, Numéro Japan, Porter, Glamour and InStyle, and has worked with some of the fashion industry's best-known photographers, including Annie Leibovitz, Steven Meisel and David Sims.
Zoey Grossman's signature dreamy, elegantly crafted images have graced the covers of numerous magazines, including Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Numéro, NYLON, Rolling Stone and The Edit. In addition to her editorial projects, Grossman is a practicing artist and director. She is currently working on her first solo photography exhibition. "Something that is really important to me when I'm working on set is to have good energy," says Grossman, "I like to include [the team] in my creative process and have an open dialogue about what is working and what’s not working."