Museo Casa Mollino, former home to one of Italy's most influential 20th-century designers, Carlo Mollino, is now the setting for Bottega Veneta's fall campaign. Juergen Teller shot Anna Cleveland — a Carine Roitfeld favorite — and Freddy Drabble at the museum in Turin, Italy, for the latest of the brand's the Art of Collaboration series. (Rizzoli is publishing a book in October of its installments in the series, dating back to 2002, featuring Teller's photos alongside those of artists like Nan Goldin and Collier Schorr.)
Teller famously has campaign experience with Marc Jacobs, but this was his first time working with Bottega. "He managed to interpret the mood of the collection into powerful effect," said creative director Tomas Maier. The mood was definitely spooky — watch Cleveland pout in blood-red lips and Drabble stalk around the opulent villa in the video below.