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Equinox is back with another striking print, digital and outdoor campaign from Wieden + Kennedy New York that looks more like fashion advertising than something a gym, even a high-end one, would put out. And the concept goes well beyond workouts, too, pushing the concept of "commitment"—not just in exercise but in life.
Fashion photographer Steven Klein shot the seven new ads over three days in Los Angeles. They celebrate various forms of commitment, Equinox says, in socially relevant areas like activism, sexuality, lifestyle choices and women's rights.
The brand says the images range "from a young mother unapologetically breastfeeding in public (portrayed by Lydia Hearst), to an activist who is seen fearlessly taking a stand for her cause (featuring Bianca Van Damme, daughter of Jean-Claude Van Damme), to a male cheerleading champion who wasn't threatened by a stereotype and dedicated himself to winning in his own way (featuring MMA fighter...