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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by TZ001, Jul 18, 2019.
That's really Kate? wow.
Love it, looks very promising. Still think the border looks awful, but the image is very strong.
Oh my God, Kate Moss without a blur filter looking straight into the camera? I'll take it!
This first image is very impressive. I hope the rest does not disappoint us!
I like it. Love the setting of the first shot.
Fabulous! What a surprise...Coming from Kate and McQueen.
Love this. The collection was really strong so it's great to see that the campaign didn't disappoint.
McQueen with Jamie is a combination that can't stop... I love the results!
Love it!! First time in months that Kate actually looks like Kate!
Now this is the Kate we all know and love, not that oversaturated, overedited CGI mess.
That last shot of Kate looks like her from back in the 90's, omg. Love the campaign.
Can someone enlighten me about what they were thinking with that industrial location?
I believe the collection was heavily inspired by and paid homage to the tradition of textile mills in Northern England (embroidery made from selvage scraps, beading made out of loom heddles and other industrial materials, mill-sourced fabric for the seating, etc), so that's probably it.
Personally, I think it looks fab---especially with those lush outdoor shots as a foil.
those two shots in the rose dresses are absolutely divine. their best campaign ever, perhaps?
I like it a lot, and it's actually better than I expected.
The only time she doesn't cover her face is when the camera is miles away. I don't get it. Why even bother being a model if you feel embarrassed of your own face? Stop casting 90's models, please.
oh, this is kind of unexpected. they've been doing more high powered glamour for the last few campaigns; kate is just as effortless in these shots. would be nice to see some high powered glam on her, but the clothes are so undeniable, this is definitively BRITISH. so, it covers all it's bases and hits all necessary marks.