Jul 05, 2012 10:12AM

Arizona Muse is the New Face of G-Star

She stars in the AW12 campaign, shot by Anton Corbijn.

Arizona Muse, who has done campaigns for the likes of Louis Vuitton and Isabel Marant, and walked Kanye West and Balmain's runways, has just been announced as the new face of G-Star. She follows in the footsteps of previous ambassadors like Liv Tyler and Clemence Posey.

The American model appears in the AW12 campaign, which was shot on location in the French Alps by Dutch photographer/director Anton Corbijn, who has been behind Depeche Mode's visuals for almost thirty years. X-Men: First Class actor Caleb Landry Jones also stars alongside Arizona in the campaign, which will appear in-store and in the press this September.

See some of Arizona's images here:

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