In conjunction with his Paris Fashion Week showcase, Raf Simons today shares his label's SS19 campaign. Once again, Simons called on photographer Willy Vanderperre to shoot the campaign, starring models Luca Lemaire, Maoro Bultheel and David Van Brusselt.

The editorial showcases a number of Raf Simons' intriguing accessories, including soda can pull tab earrings and soda cans themselves. We also see a selection of graphic-printed T-shirts and button-downs, in addition to a type of top with all-over cutouts.

At this time, Raf has yet to provide any accompanying info surrounding the project, but you can find additional SS19 imagery over at As always, be sure to check back with us for more surrounding Raf Simons' new seasonal collection.

In other style news, Louis Vuitton taps Chloë Grace Moretz, Léa Seydoux, Ruth Negga, Indya Moore, Kelela and more for its Pre-Fall 2019 lookbook. Check it out here.

  • Photography:Willy Vanderperre
  • Styling:Olivier Rizzo
  • Hair:Anthony Turner
  • Make-up:Lynsey Alexander
  • Casting Director:Ashley Brokaw
  • Models:Luca Lemaire, Maoro Bultheel, David Van Brusselt

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