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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by vogue28, Mar 19, 2021.
These shots are so random. And the frames are just so basic, the one you can get at your local optical store, not Chanel.
Has to be the most boring eye wear I've seen from Chanel but seems fitting for an equally boring campaign.
^^Just wanted to say that anyone who would buy this is getting it for the channel logo only, which looks minuscule anyway. The frames are so basic.
Would this be her first OG campaign? Always wondered if she'd be able to carry a campaign on her own. And I'd say no.
These images look like the search result for 'millennial CEO boss' on a stock website. Not terrible, but very generic.
The framing of these pictures is really awful...I only approve of the second one, the rest really don't do much in the way of selling the Chanel fantasy (and with such basic, entry level products that's vital)
it’s an excellent display of where Chanel is unfortunately heading these days: boring and basic. 1st and last pictures are cute...
the first shot is someones mum in 1999
Burst out laughing reading this. LOL. Not even 99, try 2019!
When your auntie tries on her Warby Parker options for the fam
I love seeing Jill got big campaign but the campaign itself looks so generic.
Warmly, cinematically, but looks like a special collection for outlets and optical stores in "your hometown" where Chanel meets Nautica.
Jill is such an effortlessly gorgeous woman with a genuine smoulder that’s reminiscent of Monica Bellucci— and that she has more of an athletic body than plus sized is beside the point. It’s just unfortunate that no one thus far has been able to capture her in any images worthy of remembrance. I really hope Zara will cast her for their next campaign, so that a least she will be presented to her full potential by Meisel/Baron/Templer.