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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by Benn98, Aug 28, 2020.
Vogue Japan Digital Edition
not her best angle.
And the flat hair doesn’t help either.
Boring. Sorry but she needs replacing
I would also love to see someone new but Keira has been the face of Coco Mademoiselle for a while and it’s also good to see that loyalty.
I also like that the shot does give you a night feeling and allures to intimacy indeed. It’s a good picture!
I always feel like somehow, Chanel kinda takes over their spokespersons’ season actual jobs. I can’t remember the last time I’ve seen a movie of Keira but that can be said about Gaspard, Anna Mouglalis And even Kristen. Overtime, they just became «The faces of Chanel ». Vanessa at least has music!
That being said, Keira is still a beauty and she is very much convincing as the face of the fragrance. I don’t think Kate (the original face of the fragrance) would have been convincing for the same amount of time...
I think they should replace her with Vittoria Ceretti! I know she’s the face of everything Chanel Beauty and she’s not well known outside the world of fashion but she would do a great job!
She is perfect for Chanel but that photo is just horrible.
Always been a fan of Keira Knightley for Chanel but Vittoria Ceretti sure does sound for a refreshing replacement @Mercury6181, now you mention it.
The angle of this shot was a little questionable at first but having learned Inez & Vinoodh photographed the campaign this time around, it makes sense. I have undoubtedly seen more captivating and alluring fragrance campaigns, but I find it incredibly hard to criticize anything Chanel - so I'm a fan.
Lol she needs to be replaced ASAP
Her latest movie Misbehaviour came out recently (in some places just before the lockdown, so that's why some people missed it, I think) and she is brilliant in it! She also had the critically acclaimed Colette, The Aftermath and Official Secrets in the last two years so she is still working as much as ever.
I think it suits Chanel that these spokespeople 'retire' from doing anything remotely newsworthy - that way, they can remain the sophisticated enigma that we're supposed to see the Chanel woman as being.
Karl Lagerfeld didn't mind peppering his campaigns with a hint of scandal - Kristen Stewart and Cara Delevingne - but even then, those faces carried a sense of them being untouchable - unbothered - by whatever lifestyle choices they were freely making in the background... women who float around at a level above the chaos they create around them.
At the moment, Chanel seems to be on a trajectory to be as dull and bourgeois as they were before Lagerfeld took over, so I'm not expecting much from the brand until there's a change of creative direction - and I include their beauty department in that as well.
They definitely need a new direction, and I wouldn't mind seeing Vittoria as the new face of Coco Mademoiselle she's such a classic beauty!