versace is known for being a little camp & over the top, almost an exaggeration. if we're talking cheap concepts, this in comparison, is far greater than something from say, blumarine. gisele's body, however, is stunning & that's what really makes the campaign or the shot that was seen for me. & furthermore, what about the lighting against gisele's skin does NOT look glossy, im just sayn?!
We will have to agree to disagree, though, Versace is not known for being a little camp (never forget the Avedon and Weber Days). Blumarine hasn't been amateur, unlike it's diffusion, Blugirl. Gisele is stunning in the campaign, but in terms of lighting, that has nothing to do with the idea of glossy. Glossy look on skin vs. glossy quality of the photo (which means a type of expensive look of the photo)
Soo I'm confused. Why does Donatella & Co. cast very young fresh faces for the show yet cast one of the most sexiest models ever for the campaign? I always figured the sudden change in casting was due to budget but I guess that's not really the case with Gisele here. The vibe I got from the show is complete 180 of this campaign. Cute meets Hot.
They are great photographs of the models and clothing but the blue filter looked like it was added to give some kind of punch. As if the images were lacking and they were desperate to make them more interesting. I would have personally preferred more vibrant colors and high contrast a la Gucci.
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