Ben Sherman SS13 ‘Jazz Life’ Ad Campaign Imagery


Ben Sherman present their ‘Jazz Life’ ad campaign imagery for Spring/Summer 2013, shot and styled by the folks at The Rig Out.

Taking it’s inspiration from the 1960s East Coast American Jazz scene, and more specifically the book ‘Jazz Life’ by William Claxton, the new collection from Ben Sherman is clean and precise, with the right amount of fun thrown in through the use of pastelle colours and patterns. The campaign has been shot by the ever talented duo Antony Crook (photographer) and Glenn Kitson (stylist) from UK menswear magazine The Rig Out. With these two involved, it’s no surprise that the finished product is as well presented as it is.

Carrying on their theme of We Work With Out Own, the campaign features shop staff from Ben Sherman stores as the models. Keeping it in the family. For locations, the shoot features some of London’s most influential recording studios as a backdrop. Head over to to shop the collection.

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  • TedBongdy

    Very standard look book with really rubbish shoes…jeez.

  • cupcake

    would have been better if the guys had a more natural look as if they were actually making jazz.