The Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman, Anthony Kiedis, (and his son!), are the latest faces to join the ever-growing roster of Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2015 campaign faces — and you can see it right here!
Another day, another big campaign reveal from Marc Jacobs. The designer enlisted an eclectic, musical bunch for his Fall 2015 campaign and the latest face is Anthony Kiedis, 52. The singer becomes the third face to join the campaign, along with Cher, 69, and Willow Smith, 14 — and he even brought his song along for the stylish shoot!
Anthony posed against the same red backdrop with his 7-year-old son, Everly Bear. Marc Jacobs broke the news on social media exactly a week after unveiling Willow’s shoot, along with the following message: “Red Hot Chili Pepper, lead singer, co-songwriter, great father! Here is Anthony Kiedis and his son Everly Bear. Thanks guys for joining us in our Fall campaign. You’re both hot and cool as can be!! @chilipeppers,” he said.
Shot by famed photog David Sims, (who also shot Cher and Willow’s campaign images), Anthony poses shirtless in a patterned blazer that features a rose pattern as his son, Evelyn, sits on his lap barefoot, dressed up in an oversized olive green tee and pants and a red and blue baseball cap, which is fitted over his long blonde hair as he sits with his arm across his father’s shoulder.
Anthony may be best known for his work on the stage, but he isn’t a stranger to the front row — especially at Marc Jacobs shows! We aren’t totally surprised by the fact that he was tapped for the campaign — after all, he sat in the front row at the Fall 2015 show, along with former face of Marc Jacobs, Sofia Coppola, and Nicki Minaj, to name a few — could that be a clue of what’s to come from his campaign? We would love to see Nicki join the mix!
While Cher was the first face the designer featured, Willow followed shortly after — and we can’t wait to see if there’s more to come from Marc Jacobs’ campaign lineup! What do you think of Anthony and Everly’s shoot? Are you loving this fashionable father-son duo?