Images by Walter Chin.

VOGUE — Neiman Marcus / Art Of Fashion

Neiman Marcus unveils its fall-winter 2017 ‘Art of Fashion’ campaign. Photographed by Walter Chin with choreography by Emery LeCrone, models Soo Joo ParkCoco Rocha, Dilone and Erin O’Connor pose in the studio-lensed images. Featuring standout looks straight from the runways, the girls impress in dramatic shapes and bold colors. Designer brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, Etro and Dior take the spotlight for fall. Discover more images from Neiman Marcus’ ‘Art of Fashion’ campaign below.

Images by Walter Chin.

Images by Walter Chin.

Coco Rocha wears Dior bustier gown

Simply put, The Art of Fashion is about celebrating authentic, beautifully crafted, sometimes crazy—always genius—fashion. For Fall 2017, powerful, playful, memorable, expressive, sophisticated, cosmic, bold, dynamic, glam…nothing feels like Neiman Marcus.

CoCo Rocha strikes a pose in Saint Laurent sequin-embroidered dress and leather boots

The ability to relentlessly experiment is a shared maxim and one that Christensen instills in the photographers she chooses. “I want The Art of Fashion to be them. To be their theater,” she emphasizes. “This is one way it has continued to entice highly collected photographers to the project.”

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 And with the likes of legendary photographers including Helmut Newton and Annie Leibovitz at the helm over the years, it has to. That’s why Eddie Nunns, the vice president of Neiman Marcus brand creative, says it’s more and more challenging each year to pinpoint who the next photographer to bring a unique perspective will be. “We ask ourselves, ‘Who will look at this project entirely differently?’” Nunns says. “In the end, there’s something alluring about the unexpected—in fashion  and  in art.”

And with the likes of legendary photographers including Helmut Newton and Annie Leibovitz at the helm over the years, it has to. That’s why Eddie Nunns, the vice president of Neiman Marcus brand creative, says it’s more and more challenging each year to pinpoint who the next photographer to bring a unique perspective will be. “We ask ourselves, ‘Who will look at this project entirely differently?’” Nunns says. “In the end, there’s something alluring about the unexpected—in fashion and in art.”