Here’s the second installment of my loves and loathes of the spring campaigns. Read part one and part three.
Edie Campbell by Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent. She looks great, too bad we can’t say the same for the collection.
Laetitia Casta for Reed Krakoff. I too like to passionately embrace my handbags.
Karmen Pedaru by Mario Testino for Michael Kors. In my next life, I want to be born one of those glamourous, tanned skin, aviator-glasses wearing Michael Kors models where the sun always shines and I’m constantly in fancy cars. Please.
Anja Rubik and Karmen Pedaru by Mart and Marcus for Gucci. Who are we kidding, this looks good because it looks like it is from the Tom Ford for Gucci era.
Stella Tennat and other girls by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel. This is nice because it isn’t typical Chanel. And I want that sofa, now.
Kate Moss by Mert and Marcus for Versace. First of all, she looks black. Second of all, WTF?
Amber Valleta by Mert and Marcus for Pucci. It is not comfortable to sit like that, and I don’t like giant foreheads.
Penelope Cruz by Mert and Marcus for Loewe. I am surprised that this looks like such bad acting, since Cruz is actually an actress.
Kate Moss and Mariacarla Boscono by Mert and Marcus for Givenchy. That head shot of Kate Moss could have been for ANY brand, or ANY magazine. Totally unoriginal.
Isabeli Fontana and Malgosia Bela by Mario Testino for Roberto Cavalli. Yikes! Scary ladies.
Saskia de Brauw by Mert and Marcus for Giorgio Armani. Just because your main business is boring suits, doesn’t mean you should put boring suits in your ad campaign.
Images from Fashion Gone Rogue.