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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by testinofan, May 31, 2016.
Burberry FW2016 Edie Campbell and Callum Turner by Mario Testino
Umm... this is really cool actually.
Miiiiiiles better than anything Testino and Burberry have done for years.
Burberry goes arty? Hhmmm, I dunno. I appreciate the effort, but this is very far removed from the brand's identity. Looks more like it could be a Balenciaga under Nicolas campaign to me.
If it is true a picture paints a thousand words, just have it repeat LOVE a thousand times. Such a strong focus from Testino!
I actually quite like this. edie has been everywhere with burberry in recent months so no surprise. love the almost cartoonish element of the photography.
edie looks gorgeous i love it!
Well, it's by far the best Burberry ad i've seen, not because it's particularly extraordinary, but because it looks like some work and thought process was actually put in the making.
I like it! It's fun, fresh and infinitely better than what they usually put out. Who knew Testino still had some talent in him, years of terrible filters make me forget that from time to time.
Edie on a roll.
I don't see how any of it goes together and the patterns and all make it hard to see any thing clear. I liked this show,i think it could have been more precise- like the show was
FINALLY something different and good from Burberry & Testino!
For a sec I thought this was Gucci campaign...
I really like it, it's nice to see something different ! Edie looks amazing here.
this is good and yes agree seems like they put some efforts to create this campaign. The clothes even look good in this campaign
Actually, I'm digging this. Edie was working it.
this is actually really lovely! The colors are stunning. Edie looks lovely. Callum, as always, perfect. I am actually excited for this... for the very first time
I am a little freaked out by Callum's weirdly trimmed chest hair lurking underneath that tacky, unzipped... something. Other than that this looks like an interesting idea.
These ads reminds me the last campaign of Louis Vuitton under by Marc Jacobs, everything is too similiar.
Luke Edward Hall, the artist here, is super talented and this is a cool concept -- too bad the models ruin it for me. They should have just used Hall as the model, or his boyfriend Duncan Campbell, they're both babes.