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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by TaylorBinque, Jul 16, 2018.
The bottle with they eye looks amazing! That should be the ad.
This ad successfully promotes Lupita and Saoirse more than it does the perfume.
I love it! I just would cut Saoirse Ronan and leave Lupita in the center.
Some tea: Lupita originally picked Grace Jones one of her two insprations and the people at Calvin Klein told her to choose somebody else because they believe her image doesn't align with the brand.
This really shouldn't shock me tho.
How ridiculous! Can someone speed me through this nauseating politically correct and pandering era in fashion????? Honestly. To have the temerity, the laziness to develop a fragrance called 'woman'?? I'm positively fed up with the way so called pro-women vanguards like Raf and MGC are profiteering from the feminist movement with such boldness. I'm not even a feminist myself, but I find this crude on so many levels.
All I hear is an awful lot of blah blah blah, where's the fragrance notes? Campaign looks forgettable which was to be expected with anything where he had input. And I don't care for Lupita because the word 'no' literally don't exist in her vocabulary, but I'm a bit disappointed in Saiorse who seems such a level-headed young woman.
Feminist rhetoric aside, what an banal-looking campaign that’s more fitting for a basic inspiration poster at a high school’s guidance councillor’s office. This really is on the same basic level as that offensively-hilarious Versace statement for that current campaign, some more rhetoric about “inclusivity and diversity”— only to cast an army of waify kidz-- with not an older, or bigger model included… Raf isn’t quite on the level of fashion-parody that Donatella is, but he’s getting there.
For a moment there I thought that was Adut
I wish #TimesUp for Raf at CK. #MeToo Think it's annoying and ridiculous, and most of all dull and sterile.
Overly pretentious but I still like it. I assume they'll also be launching a 'Men' counterpart then?
Why would they, Nomar? Men are not 'trending'.....
^Hahaha It just seems so absurd to me since fashion's been celebrating woman since the dawn of day without having to advertise it. It's just now that everyone decided that fashion should be a political platform of sorts that they started to pander to the instactivist rethoric of bland, sanitized image-making.
Can he stop being so obsessed with Andy Warhol?
Since when Kanye's repertoire became the soundtrack of "all" the fragrances ads?
Paco Rabanne, Dior, CK...
Admit it, you're low-key happy! Lol.
I think it's awful personally. At least I could look at the Dior ad on mute because there was enough for me, visually. With this ridiculous concept and equally ridiculous video, there's nothing which interest me. And Saiorse is more Gucci that CK.
So boring, so budget...and I agree, enough with Andy Warhol.