UNIQLO Men Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign: Andre Feulner & Christopher Wetmore by Ben Morris

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Published March 29, 2014

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Updated March 13, 2015

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UNIQLO Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign–After appearing in a special UNIQLO style feature, models Andre Feulner and Christopher Wetmore reunite with the label for an advertising campaign photographed by Ben Morris. Representing essential UNIQLO style, Andre and Christopher are captured in basic styles that include a denim shirt, black blazer, sweatshirt and button-down.


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