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Josephine Skriver's KOOKAÏ campaign

FashionBy Sunday World
Josephine Skriver's KOOKAÏ campaign

Josephine Skriver's KOOKAÏ campaign is her favourite to date.

The 22-year-old model poses for the Australian brand in its Spring/Summer 16 collection, which was shot in Istanbul and also features Talia Richman.

Posing in outfits such as an orange jumpsuit and a blue netted playsuit in locations including in front of the mosque Hagia Sophia, the job was a lot of fun for Josephine.

“Shooting the KOOKAÏ campaign was probably one of my favourite jobs to date,” she told Sydney Confidential.

“For one of the first times ever, I actually got to see a lot of the city, culture, and atmosphere while shooting.”

Her joining forces with the label follows on from other fashionable names, Nicole Trunfio and Alexandra Agoston being just two of them.

Her KOOKAÏ duties aren't stopping there though, as Danish beauty Josephine may be heading to Australia to star in the label's launch show for the new collection. Scheduled to take place on August 19, it would mark her first ever runway appearance Down Under.

Josephine's résumé is already impressive, featuring jobs for Max Mara, Gucci, Michael Kors and Victoria's Secret.

She has also become an icon since being open about the fact that she was born via IVF to a gay father and lesbian mother.

"When people look at me and know I'm an IVF kid, I hope they see a person. I hope they see a human being, just like anyone else," she said in a video for i-D earlier this year.

"You get so many, like, 'She's not made the natural way, she shouldn't even be here.' But I am not a science experiment, I am not synthetics, I am a real human being. I am just as real as you are."

She spoke out after designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana dubbed IVF babies "synthetic children".

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