Lineisy Montero Lands Another Prada Campaign

Models Binx Walton, Anna Ewers, and Edie Campbell at Chanel's Spring 2016 show at Paris Fashion Week.
The 80s are back for Resort season.
Image via Prada / youtube.com

Runway queen and hair icon Lineisy Montero has already been crowned the best newcomer of SS16, having walked in more than 60 of the season's biggest shows just last month.  Now, she's grabbed a second Prada campaign, shot by the iconic Steven Meisel and styled by Olivier Rizzo, for Resort 2016.

The campaign video is inspired by 1980s textures and colours, set on against an "industrial minimalist" backdrop.  Watch below and let us know: do you also have pom-pom earring envy?


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