Here is part 3 of my spring 2014 ad campaign reviews. Read part 1 and part 2.
Valentino shot by Craig McDean. Beautiful collection, beautiful campaign.
Roberto Cavalli with Iseline Steiro shot by David Sims. It’s retro, it’s simple, and it has leopard print – Roberto Cavalli at its best.
Mulberry with Cara Delevingne shot by Tim Walker. You can’t go wrong with a white mini-horse.
Michael Kors with Karmen Pedaru shot by Mario Testino. I can’t get enough of these glamourous photos.
Lanvin by Steven Meisel. A dinner party for white-haired girls only.
Givenchy with Erykah Badu and Eboni Riley shot by Mert and Marcus. Nice choice of models and the clothes look beautiful. That’s how ad campaigns should be!
Dolce Gabbana shot by Catherine McNeil. This could be any season from Dolce & Gabbana but that’s ok because it is what they are about.
Calvin Klein with Vanessa Axente shot by Mert and Marcus. Clean and simple, just like the brand.
Stuart Weitzman with Kate Moss shot by Mario Testino. This is the kind of ad you would just flip by in a magazine and not even notice it for one millisecond (by the way, that’s not a good thing.)
Marc Jacobs with Miley Cyrus shot by David Sims. Juergen Teller has shot Marc Jacobs’ campaigns for a billion years and he refused to shot Miley so Jacobs SOLD OUT and worked with David Sims instead. For Miley?!?!? This is SO wrong.
Jason Wu with Karen Elson shot by Inez and Vinoodh. Jason Wu isn’t famous enough to be in his own campaigns.
Donna Karan with Adriana Lima shot by Russell James. The African jungle woman just isn’t working here, or anytime for Donna Karan.
Carven with Marte Mei shot by Viviane Sassen. This looks like a photo I took with my iPhone – and we forgot to brush the model’s hair first.
Balmain with Rihanna shot by Inez and Vinoodh. This sucks big time.