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I agree with how Stella is a fantastic model, but I am getting so bored with Karl always using her, its getting really repetitive. Also this campaign is just dull for me, nothing sparks any interest.

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Definitely not the most interesting Chanel campaign but the collection wasnt too exciting itself, my favorite shot is the accessories shot and of the girls in the white dresses

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What the heck. The casting is incoherent and mundane, Ondria and Yumi look so lifeless. Stella's not doing much for me here either.

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This is probably one of only interesting ads Karl Lagerfeld has produced for Chanel in over 5 years. The man is usually terrible when working with a set. Remember those wonderful ads with Daria on the streets of New York and LA? Gone, are those days.

But, regardless, there's something about this that I kind of like. Maybe it's the set design? And I like Yumi, she reminds me of a modern day Devon Aoki. Stella is fantastic as always - she never fails to impress...ever.

I can't help but think. though, what it must be like for someone like Stella to have to model side by side with the likes of Ondria. Stella is old enough to be her mother and she's infinitely more beautiful and interesting and compelling. Ondria certainly doesnt bring anything to the table here. I don't understand the appeal of casting a girl who's - what - 15? Why her when you have hundreds of other girls to choose from who are far more beautiful with a few more years under their belt. Stupid, really - incessantly stupid.

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^I agree, but mostly I dislike seeing Ondria in this campaign because I generally dislike seeing her in any print whatsoever. She's a beautiful girl (and I love her look in motion), but she is just not photogenic and not a good photo model.

Despite not being the focus, I think Yumi holds her own next to Stella and makes a great addition to this campaign.

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Stella is so out of place... Karl should get rid of her. It would have been better if the two young girls had been given the whole spotlight. I kind of like the mood: two young bored sisters with perfect complexion and nice bodys, with a little bit of Nļ5 on, clad head to toe in Chanel waiting for something in their parents' Tokyo apartment...

Yumi feels so fresh, by the way.

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Yumi really shines in this one.

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i really like that last shot. all chaos, no distractions.

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I LOVE the asian inspired set.
If only Fendiīs campaign was a tenth of this one...

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I dont get Ondria's hate at all but to me, shes stealing spot there in campaign even Karl didnt focus on her

I think Yumi is replace-able with some models in the show ..

Overall, I love the concept of this campaign, its also good to give chance to new young girls

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