Harry Styles Posed For Photos With Farm Animals Again & We Can't Deal
Remember that time Harry Styles blessed us with pics of him holding a chicken in a chip shop? Well this time he’s levelled up in the Gucci campaign ranks, and has posed in some really old gardens in Rome with a lamb and some piglets.
So yeah, life is now complete and anything else that happens from here on out is pointless.
@harrystyles returns in a new #GucciTailoring campaign shot by @_glen_luchford in the gardens of Villa Lante outside of Rome. Mixing pattern, patches and proportions—and a tiger head brooch inspired by a vintage Hattie Carnegie design—the new #GucciCruise19 tailoring collection contrasts against the villa’s cascades, fountains, sculptures and grottoes. Creative Director: #AlessandroMichele Art Director: @christophersimmonds
The singer was photographed by Glen Luchford for his second stint with the fashion house, wearing their Cruise 2019 tailoring collection like no one else would ever quite be able to.
But while the clothes are great and everything, it’s the animals which ultimately steal the show as Harry proves it’s not just humans he can make fall in love with him.
@harrystyles, last seen in a fish and chip shop in north London, travels to Villa Lante outside of Rome for the Men’s #GucciTailoring campaign designed by creative director #AlessandroMichele. #GucciCruise19 Photographer: @_glen_luchford Art Director: @christophersimmonds
Have you ever seen a lamb Directioner before? Because this is what one looks like. Those piglets? Freaking out over the fact that they’re in the arms of the guy who can spit water out onto a crowd and be asked to do it again.
"The campaign playfully positions Harry Styles’s personal, urban take on the Gucci tailoring wardrobe amongst the classic, stylised landscape of the gardens, where fountains, grottoes and mazes characterise the ancient surroundings," a statement accompanying the pics read.
And then there’s the cherry on the cake, which this time comes in the form of a gold hairband that he wears with such effortlessness we’re considering popping to our nearest Claire’s to recreate.
Thanks for giving farm animals their moment to shine, Harry.