The 18 Most Smashing Spring 2015 Fashion Campaigns So Far

Madonna, Naomi Campbell, Joan Smalls, Adriana Lima, Kimye, Gigi Hadid — the gang's all here.

Hollie-May Sayker, Sasha Luss and Anna Ewar were shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele for the Italian brand's spring campaign. The photo is a reference to this iconically bratty shot of Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Carla Bruni from Vogue in 1994, also shot and styled by the same team.
Chloé rounded up models Caroline Trentini and Eniko Mihalik for a '70s-inspired horse-girl jaunt on a beach.
The ads show that middle parts aren't going anywhere for spring.
Ralph Lauren
Ralph Lauren traveled to the beach, where Bruce Weber shot five camels alongside model Sanne Vloet.
Donna Karan
Romanian model Andreea Diaconu is shot by Peter Lindbergh, a longtime Karan collaborator. The images are meant to be a return to the dynamic, gritty energy of the New York streets.
Sonia Rykiel
The French designer called on rock royalty Elizabeth and Georgia May Jagger, the daughters of Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall.
Sonia Rykiel
The sisters resemble kids playing dress-up in their parents' backyard.
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana's spring 2015 ads span generations.
Dolce & Gabbana
A crop of Olivier Rousteing's favorite models, including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Adriana Lima, play video games in this spring ad for Balmain.
Kim and Kanye, shot by Mario Sorrenti, also appeared in a few shots for Balmain.
Madonna has starred in several Versace campaigns. Designer Donatella made headlines when bragging that her buddy hadn't needed any Photoshop to make the pictures perfect.
Echoing their fall winter 2014 campaign, which starred Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne, Burberry highlighted another model-mini-me duo: Naomi Campbell and Joan Smalls.
The brand tapped Gigi Hadid, who got her start modeling for the brand at age four 15 years ago.
David Bellemere shot the photos.
John Varvatos
Ziggy and Stephen Marley are the second set of famous rock siblings to star in a fashion campaign this season.
Louis Vuitton
The French brand dressed models like '60s babes straight out of Paris and London, and shot them all over New York City.
Prada Menswear
Jack O'Connell channels his inner lumberjack, shot by Craig McDean.
Prada Menswear
Ethan Hawke tends to his scrapbook.
Hugo Boss
Abby Lee Kershaw goes nouveau '60s in Hugo Boss.
Marc Jacobs
Kendall Jenner appeared in a wig similar to the one models rocked on the runway during Marc Jacobs' spring and summer 2015 presentation.
Marc Jacobs
Adriana Lima is almost unrecognizable, makeup-free and sporting the Joey Ramone-esque hairdo.
Jason Wu
Karlie Kloss wears a suede dress in Jason Wu's campaign.
Gemma Ward, who is on a comeback tour of sorts, stars in Prada's spring campaign.
Ms. Didion models for Céline (Photo: Céline).
Last but not least, Joan Didion's promo for Céline was the ad heard 'round the world this season.

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As fashion types gear up for New York Fashion Week, all is relatively quiet on the style front.

Thankfully, though, brands such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Marc Jacobs and Donna Karan are releasing their spring 2015 advertising in a slow trickle.

With representation from models, singers and actors alike, the labels’ creative directors have taken us everywhere from the beach to the top of a skyscraper. Iconic models pose with their mini-mes, Carmen Miranda types dance with grannies, and one woman finds herself hanging out with five camels on an idyllic beach.

Click through our slideshow to see the best campaigns released thus far. Think of these ads as palate cleansers before fashion month mayhem starts up again.

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