Tyrone Lebon shoots Stussy campaign inspired by Tokyo nightlife and Geisha girls

Date
19 August 2015
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1 minute read

Tyrone Lebon has shot the Stüssy Fall 2015 campaign, exploring the brand’s relationship with Japan. The images aim to capture the “unique richness and diversity of Tokyo” according to the brand, drawing on elements of 20th Century youth culture iconography in the city and juxtaposing them with traditional references such as Geishas. The campaign was styled by Tom Guinness and features a Stüssy headpiece designed by hairstylist Kamo.

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