Photographed by Mario Testino, the campaign is Dunn’s fourth for the label, but is Campbell’s first since 2001, when she starred alongside her friend Kate Moss.
“Naomi and Jourdan – two great British icons, two strong, beautiful women and the two perfect faces for our new campaign,” said creative director Christopher Bailey. “It is, as always, a real privilege to work with them.”
Naomi added: “I admire what Christopher and the entire Burberry family are doing so it’s great to be back working with the brand again. We’ve all witnessed the evolution of this great British brand and it is a privilege to be a part of its continuing progress within the world of fashion. It is always a pleasure to work with Mario Testino; we came up in the business together 28 years ago, so have an understanding and ease in working together. His photography is special and the results are always stunning. And I was thrilled to work with Jourdan Dunn for the first time – it was a lot of fun. But above all, it’s always rewarding for an artist to work on a campaign for a world-class product.”
The shoot also features George Barnett, drummer from These New Puritans and current face of the Burberry Brit Rhythm fragrance campaign; and George Le Page, drummer in Of Empires, who also opened and closed the Burberry Prorsum menswear Spring/Summer 2015 show.
Styling for the campaign is done by Elliott Smedley, with hair by Christiaan and makeup by Wendy Rowe.