Fall 2014 Campaigns Part 2

More of my critiques of the Fall 2014 advertising campaigns. Read part one and part three.

I love…

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Fendi featuring Nadja Bender shot by Karl Lagerfeld. Beautiful fur coat and big blue sky. Looks perfect.

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Roberto Cavalli featuring Rita Ora shot by Francesco Carrozzini. This looks very glamorous and fabulous and it’s exactly what I expect from Cavalli.

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Alexander Wang shot by Steven Klein. I was torn about this series. On one hand, its “been there, seen that” and on the other hand, it looks pretty good. I’m giving them the benefit of the doubt.

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Chloe featuring Sasha Pivarova and Andreea Diaconu. I know they always do the same thing, but when that same thing looks nice, it is ok.

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Gucci shot by Mert and Marcus. This series featured a lot of different models and I love the pastel tones and the fact that it reminds me of the Tom Ford days.

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Jimmy Choo featuring Catherine McNeill shot by Peter Lindbergh. This is the first time in a while I’ve seen a classy Jimmy Choo ad where they weren’t trying to stick the shoe in your face.

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Marc by Marc Jacobs shot by David Sims. I’m not a fan of the actual photos but I liked that they sourced their models from Instagram. This is a brand that can get away with that kind of thing.

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Moschino shot by Steven Meisel. Any ad featuring a big group of the old supermodels will get a thumbs up from me.

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Valentino featuring Maartje Verhoef shot by David Bailey. A surprising choice for Valentino, but what’s not to love about David Bailey portraits?

I loathe…

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Louis Vuitton featuring Jean Campbell shot by Juergen Teller. Um, I thought Marc Jacobs has left this brand? Yet they seem to be copying his ad campaigns?

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Isabel Marant featuring Gisele. Bad pose, boring story. And the fashion looks uninteresting, too.

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Bottega Veneta featruing Edie Campbell shot by David Sims. What happened to the beautiful, feminine, modern Bottega? This is too weird for me.

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Alexander McQueen featuring Edie Campbell shot by Steven Klein. A dark, gloomy, uninspiring image.

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Stella McCartney featuring Kate Moss shot by Mert and Marcus. What a terribly boring choice of model and why is she hugging that bag?

  • http://emiloufur.com/ Emily

    Kate is hugging the Stella McCartney bag because she’s high on the fumes wafting from the animal-friendly plastic surfa— I mean, er, it’s quirky, that’s why.

  • http://emiloufur.com/ Emily

    I think I’m just predisposed to not like Stella McCartney ever since her brand reps scathingly booted me from the running in a fashion competition because I dared to use animal products.

  • alexandrasuhnerisenberg

    Haha – YES!

    I loathe her, too.