Tracee Ellis Ross, Jesse Williams Star in Kenzo's Spring Campaign

Jalan and Jibril Durimel/Kenzo
Tracee Ellis Ross for Kenzo

The actors also star in an accompanying film, written and helmed by L.A.-based director Kahlil Joseph, for the fashion house.

Kenzo creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim (who are also the co-founders of Opening Ceremony) have rounded up another all-star cast to front its latest campaign.

Black-ish star and Golden Globe winner Tracee Ellis Ross, Grey's Anatomy actor and activist Jesse Williams, and vocalist Kelsey Lu (nee Kelsey McJunkins) star in the French luxury label's spring campaign, photographed by L.A.-based twins Jalan and Jibril Durimel. The imagery will be accompanied by an original short film called Music is My Mistress, which was written and directed by Kahlil Joseph, one of the geniuses behind Beyonce's Lemonade.

Last season, Leon and Lim enlisted Carrie Brownstein for a short called The Realest Real, a satire that explored the intersections of social media and reality, and what happens when those lines blur. Brownstein's directorial debut starred Spider-Man: Homecoming's Laura Harrier, Orange Is the New Black's Natasha Lyonne, Girl Meets World's Rowan Blanchard, Moonlight's Mahershala Ali and Kim Gordon.

Previous Kenzo collaborators include directors Spike Jonze (who could forget Margaret Qualley's dramatic dance moves in his film?); Sean Baker for the flick Snowbird, which starred model and Mad Max: Fury Road actress Abbey Lee; and Gregg Araki for Here Now.

Joseph is no stranger to working with Kenzo, either. The African-American director previously worked with the fashion house for its spring 2014 campaign.

Music is My Mistress premieres late February.