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Gallery: Backstage Polaroids From Diesel's 'Make Love Not Walls' Campaign
Diesel's spring '17 campaign is a colorful call for love and inclusion, referencing the infamous wall President Trump has repeatedly promised to build along the border of Mexico and the United States. Appropriately called "Make Love Not Walls," Diesel's David LaChapelle-shot advertisements aim to show that "a brighter and exciting tomorrow is possible," by tearing down the mental and physical walls the divide us all. The brand's mission is reinforced with a LGBTQ-friendly short film, which showcases people of all genders, sexualities, religions and races.
"At Diesel, we have a strong position against hate and more than ever we want the world to know that, to use our voice for good, love and togetherness is crucial in creating a society we all want to live in, and the future we all deserve," said Diesel Artistic Director Nicola Formichetti, who's been a longtime advocate for the queer community, through his work at Diesel, Nicopanda and with Coachella co-headliner Lady Gaga.
See Diesel's full "Make Love Not Walls" campaign, here, and keep clicking for backstage polaroids from the set.
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