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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by vogue28, Aug 21, 2018.
I don't like this style. Very cliché. Reminds me of Amber Valetta for David Yurman by Peter Lindbergh.
Overly sweet. She looks like Odo from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
By the look of it, she's bathing in liquid silicone.
This looks really cheap for Dior.
Why did they even bother to book a human as a model and not just hire an avatar designer if this was what they were going for?
Super mediocre plus that bottle looks so cheap!
Yikes. Uncanny Valley much?
Suddenly, Dior is launching a new fragrance...one year after Gabrielle LOL.
It’s like a very suggary version of Armani...
everything about Dior is dying, except the sales figure.
the brand is just losing its glamour
LMAO! That's what I was thinking as well. It's so embarrassingly CGI.
What's happening at Dior though? Creatively, at least! Everything always looks so contrived and instantly forgettable.
Also, the title. Joy? Really, the perfume accompaniment to her film? Nobody thought this through, clearly.
I don't know which is worse: the name, the bottle, the campaign. Everything is cheaper than Carolina Herrera's Good Girl. At least, Karlie brings something to the table. This doesn't look like a perfume for modern woman of 2018. Heck, the bottle looks like a female version of Sauvage.
Echoing the 'cheap' comments. It looks like a Victoria's Secret perfume.
Sorry for my previous post but with this emoji I mean bad taste, disgusting, etc. Nobody wants to see a girl spitting the water that she is using to swim, bathe, etc. I know maybe she was given a bottle of water to do that but just the thought makes me crazy . I don't find this appealing. and I don't like this actress either.
Anything involving spit might go well with a perfume for wannabe punks, but it's probably not the bodily fluid anyone wants associated with their Dior purchase.
low tier and tryhard.