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Frank Ocean Talks Creativity In New Calvin Klein Spot

by john russell July 06, 2016

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What comes between Frank Ocean and his Calvins? Not much!

The dreamy R&B prodigy joins Kate Moss, Margo Robbie, former Vogue creative director Grace Coddington and other influencers as one of the faces of the fashion label’s new fall campaign.

Related: Frank Ocean Shares Moving Essay About Orlando Tragedy

Ocean’s spot features the 28-year-old singer chilling in a surreal room with a distinctly ’80s look and sharing a quiet moment with a Marilyn Monroe lookalike in a neon drenched hallway, while his voiceover discusses what could probably be interpreted as his views on creativity: “Fantasy plays, like, the role of a—almost like a supplement. Draw on fantasy to make things hyper-real, I guess. Saturate the colors.”

Related: Frank Ocean Blasts Donald Trump For Trying To Turn Paris Tragedy Into Political Gain

While Ocean recently teased a July due date for his upcoming sophomore album Boys Don’t Cry, the Calvin Klein spot doesn’t seem to include any new music.

Check out the clip below…

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