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Dec 18, 2012 12:34PM

Prada Menswear SS13 Campaign

Hollywood bros get their steeze on.

The fashion house synonymous with suave has launched its SS13 menswear campaign, appropriately called 'Uomo' (which is Italian for MAN!). The stark black and white lookbook, shot by David Sims, complements the clean lines and sharp silhouettes of the Prada collection this season. The campaign stars old-school acting legends Benicio Del Toro (The Usual Suspects, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) and Harvey Keitel (Taxi Driver, Moonrise Kingdom and Monkey Trouble — a personal favourite of ours), along with up-and-comers Dane DeHaan (ChronicleThe Place Beyond the Pines) and Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Anna Karenina). A follow up of Prada's penchant for actors that was revealed when Gary Oldman, Adrien Brody and Emlie Hirsch walked in the RTW FW12/13 show. This fresh collection of low-cut polos and lightweight jackets is proof that when it comes to classics, old and new, Prada knows what's up. 

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