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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by THD96, Jan 22, 2021.
The second pic is beyond heroin chic, it's more like meth chic.
it’s just meth, no chic.
He is really out of touch with the times. That's what happens when you live in your own world disregarding everything and anything that isn't in self interest.
I like the third picture, very Lula ca.2010...
Is this for Celine Teen?
Leith Clark ten years ago.. if that's not a backhanded compliment..
Contrary to the common view, I somehow enjoy this. I don’t know, it is unoffensive, good photography, clothes are nondescript, but it is better than hideous LV or literally anything this couture season. And I’ve always like Hedi, or for that regard, people sticking to their beliefs.
Just slap the Bershka logo on top and no one would even know the difference.
This campaign belongs in Seventeen magazine.
I'll never understand why Heidi's campaigns need so many similar looking photos. He's need to edit these as well as his collections.
Also featuring Kaia Gerber:
FASHIONWEEKDAILY & VOGUE.CO.UK
I wish I had a dollar every time Celine (or Saint Laurent) published a new campaign image. So boring.
Anna elevates this campaign while Kaia brings you basic-ness.
The inconsistency is painful...
Kaia pictures look like a CK lookbook
Gerber girl gets worse every year. She looks like an influencer.
There's nothing luxurious about this campaign or clothes at all. Baseball caps, sports bras, denim. This is such a joke.
The first girl has a nice look! Vanessa Paradis meets Ali Stephens
It’s crazy to think when I first seen kaia I thought she was going down the path of Bella Hadid with nepotism and seeing now that sadly she went down the Kendall Jenner path instead she so lackluster in everything she does