Saskia De Brauw in Karl Lagerfeld's Autumn Winter 2012 Campaign For Hogan: EXCLUSIVE

As you may have noticed, Paris Fashion Week is already well underway, with sartorial treats already being delivered by Balmain and Balenciaga today. And the fun continues with Karl Lagerfeld presenting his latest collection for Hogan any. minute. now. And guess what? Grazia Daily has been given an exclusive sneak preview of the Autumn Winter 2012 campaign imagery.

Have a scroll through our gallery above and you'll see the gorgeous Saskia De Brauw striking a pose for Unkle Karl. As we've previously reported, Karl is OB-sessed with the stunning model-of-the-moment, having already shot her for Chanel's Spring Summer 2012 campaign as well as the Resort 2012 collection, remember?

Once again, her androgynous prettiness looks fabulous under the spotlight, working brilliantly with Hogan's urban-chic aesthic - see the lashings of black and white patent leather with pyramid-shaped studs. And the puffy trend we spotted at London Fashion Week is still going strong - note the new jacket shape of the season that looks super-cosy.

As for the accessories, we're seriously coveting that black leather tote with an embossed 'H' and a zipped pocket. Plus, this season, the designer is reinterpretating the iconic Hogan InteraKtive footwear to make it that much cooler.

 



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