It’s not just the girls of Girls who are still getting camera time after filming stops. Yesterday Jemima Kirke had us rethinking the tiny pottles potential disaster also known as pigments, and now Adam Driver, AKA Adam Sackler, has scored himself a spread in the glossy pages of Vogue.
Yesterday New Yorker staffer Nathan Heller tweeted a preview of the spread, shot by Annie Leibowitz and styled by Grace Coddington for Vogue’s September 2013 issue. The scan depicts a shirtless Driver with an apparently alive and completely uninjured sheep hoisted over his shoulders. The rest of the images are equally mysterious though slightly less shirtless and bizarre, featuring Driver and Daria Werbowy in various states of languidness as they rough it over craggy mountain ranges.
The images were released only three days after Driver had beefed up his fashion resume with a Gap ad. Shot for the brand’s Back to Blue campaign, which celebrates the store’s iconic denim, the 29-year-old stares contemplatively into the lens of Inez and Vindoonh while wearing head-to-toe navy. Or maybe he’s just confused as to why he’s been so heavily clothed lately.
See both the Vogue spread and Gap ads below.
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this is some kind of spaceship or something.