Kenzo Has A David Lynch Inspired Campaign That Will Haunt Your Dreams

If you're still wondering "Who killed Laura Palmer?" well, then, you'd better catch up on pop culture because you're two decades behind. As for David Lynch, his fans have plenty to be excited about these days. There's a new Twin Peaks box set coming out this summer, Laura Palmer's house from the show is for sale (but you have to move to Everett, Washington — sorry!), and wacky fashion label Kenzo is releasing a David Lynch inspired ad campaign.

David Lynch designed the sets for Kenzo Fall 2014 presentation, which showcased a collection inspired by his filmography, so it makes sense that his aesthetic would permeate the print advertisements as well. A sneak peak of the campaign has been released and let me tell you... it's eerie. There are saturated colors and limbs sticking out at odd angles from holes in the walls. The only thing missing is Agent Dale Cooper demanding a "damn fine cup of coffee."

"Since the collection was inspired by David Lynch, it was natural for us to incorporate some of the emotions we experience when seeing his work," Kenzo co-designer Carol Lim explained in a release, quoted by The Cut. The images star models Guinevere van Seenus and Robert McKinnon, who both flawlessly embody the sensibilities of a Lynchian film character. Humberto Leon told The Cut:

Guinevere really feels like a woman who could live in David Lynch’s world and could emulate the range of character one could see in his movies. We loved how she plays on the subtly ambiguous relationship with Robert. It’s part of the process of trying to discern what’s really going on.

We'll have to wait until the other images are released to watch the story unfold, but wouldn't those outfits look right at home in the halls of the Great Northern Hotel?