Fall 2015 Campaigns Part 2

More fashion advertising. Some cool, some not. Read part 1.

I love…

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Giorgio Armani featuring Vittoria Caretti shot by Solve Sundsbo. This is magical, eye catching, and not typical Armani (which is usually a good thing.)

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Isabel Marant featuring Natasha Poly shot by Inez and Vinoodh. I might not like the brand but at least this looks cool and fun.

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Micahel Kors featuring Natasha Poly shot by Mario Testino. I love his tanned, luxurious women.

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Marni featuring Marte Mei Van Haaster shot by Jackie Nickerson. This is Marni’s first campaign. Pretty freaking good for a first!!

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Miu Miu featuring rising stars shot by Steven Meisel. Cool girls wearing cool clothes. Looks stunning.

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Oscar de la Renta featuring Carolyn Murphy shot by David Sims. It’s hard for this brand to go wrong with a gorgeous girl in a taffeta ballgown.

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Prada shot by Steven Meisel. This is what Prada should always be.

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Tom Ford featuring Ondria Hardin shot by Mario Sorrenti. Simple and beautiful.

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Marc Jacobs featuring Winona Ryder shot by David Sims. I was a teenager in the nineties therefore I must love Winona Ryder.

I loathe…

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Jimmy Choo featuring Ondria Hardin. I’ve never once seen a Jimmy Choo ad that made me want a pair of their shoes. This one is no different.

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Dior by Willy Vanderperre. I expect more from Dior.

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Roberto Cavalli featuring Ciara. First of all, if you are using a celebrity, maybe we should be able to clearly see her face? Secondly, what is going on here? The fringes, the sand, it’s just not working.

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Céline featuring new faces shot by Juergen Teller. Would it be too much to ask for Teller to evolve just a teeny tiny bit so all of his campaigns don’t look the same as the ones he did five years ago?

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Alexander Wang shot by Steven Klein. Wang is not a goth rocker. Neither are at least 99.99% of his customers. Stop pretending they are.

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Jason Wu featuring Malgosia Bela shot by Inez and Vinoodh. Maybe they should have chosen to shoot this on a day that the model wasn’t suffering from a brutal hangover?

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Bottega Veneta featuring Anna Cleveland shot by Juergen Teller. Not classy enough for this otherwise VERY classy brand.

  • SaintNastya

    I adore your blog. But seems like you lost the main idea of what ad campaign is. Its purpose is evolving and becoming deeper. So you don’t stuck with an old knowledge (what you’ve studied in fashion school) on what advertising is about. Every angle and colour usage in the picture is a part of the message and the essence that the brand want to convey to a viewer and their consumer. (you obviously know that) The brand itself shouldn’t stuck with its typical brand philosophy and well known concept each season but add something new. Probably I’m wrong and you have much more to say. But the very little description on why you’re judging this thing in this way makes many people feel confused 😀 It would help a lot If you could only include a bit more technical description that supports your opinion. It also makes the reader be like “oh, I didn’t think about that, it’s interesting” you know. Just to add, I’ve studied fashion communication and marketing so for me this kind of posts are informative and help to develop my own taste and vision. That’s why I’m being boring. Thank You for your blog and time!