May 24, 2024

Kendall Jenner Models With Horses In Jaw-Dropping Stella McCartney Campaign

Kendall Jenner may no longer be a regular face on the catwalk — largely due to her taking a step back in order to prioritise her mental health — but when it comes to high fashion she certainly still knows how to create a major moment. Her latest? As the face (and body! ) of Stella McCartney’s Winter 2023 collection.

Kendall Jenner for Stella McCartney Winter 2023

Entitled ‘Horse Power’ and shot in the Camargue Salt Flats of France by the iconic Harley Weir, the campaign sees the keen horsewoman modelling alongside — and on top of — the region’s famed white ponies.

“I knew this season’s Stella girl had to love horses as much as I do,” explained Stella. “Kendall has been riding since she was a kid, just like me, and has her own ranch; you can see how at ease she is around these sensitive creatures, and them with her. ”

“Horses have a strength that is almost hard for humans to understand,” Kendall told GLAMOUR UK, “and even though I can’t communicate with them directly, I feel that the ones I’ve cared for have always lent that strength to me. They are great reminders that mother nature connects with all of us deep within. ”

The striking images see Kendall wearing some of the collection’s stand out designs made from groundbreaking material innovations. A series of crocodile-effect leather-look bags are crafted from apple waste, while riding boots have been made using grape waste.

Many of the collection’s accessories have also been crafted from fungi mycelium, which is a full natural and circular byproduct of fungi that’s able to be recycled into new materials or returned to the earth as nutrients.

Away from the accessories — and proving not only her commitment to ethical progression but her brand’s transparency too — it has been revealed that this ready-to-wear offering has been crafted from 92% conscious materials, making it Stella’s most responsible winter collection to date.

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