Christian Dior F/W 2020.21 : Maty, Selena, Estelle, Maryel & Felice by Paola Mattioli

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  1. lauralynn025

    lauralynn025 le monde est à moi

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    Bland clothes & bland campaign.

    Also shirts with statements / words on them seem to be a thing with her & its not really that appealing to be honest.

    although...I do have Sasha P from Spring 2018 campaign in one of those shirts as my computer background, just because I like Sasha & her art lol
     
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    Funny thing is that I'm sure Maria Grazia thinks she's super creative. :rolleyes::lol:
     
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    It's funny that in her time at Valentino the campaigns were good, but after she went to Dior and PP was alone at Valentino, none produced a decent campaign!
     
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    It's a generic sell sheet/lookbook cobbled together by interns. Pathetic.

    (OMG @the insufferable "Women's Love Is Unpaid" slogan tee-- likely at $1000. Just fcuk off Maria Grazia.)
     
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    still wholeheartedly convinced they were better as a duo than apart Tbh.

    this campaign proves that.
     
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    US Vogue Digital Edition
     
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    UK Harper's Bazaar Digital Edition
     
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    The Sunday Times Style Magazine Digital Edition
     
  9. MulletProof

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    What a silly reason to employ someone, and people criticize the Hadids haha. She's Argentinian, if you come up with that or freakin' Rayuela and you're over 16 (as I assume she was) it's like.. would you be so impressed to see a grown British woman carrying Hamlet or Jane Austen to the point you'd hire them on the spot? no, bit late to the classics or you're not really reading, just eavesdropping. :lol:

    Always knew she was just a haircut. Also, it's Jorge, not Juan LOL.

    This is beyond mediocre but I guess we all know that. Not even Marc by Marc Jacobs in its heyday. And yeah, I think that Selena girl is questionable but gotta recognise she's more tolerable here.. that i-D quarantine cover was rock bottom not just for her but for her entire industry, so one can call her a remarkable contributor I guess. :lol:
     
  10. Benn98

    Benn98 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah ok, Jorge! LOL.
    Why would you use the most generic English authors as examples, are you just being shady again? I don't think people respect Jane Austen readers after the endless amount of movies and tv series, I certainly don't. Too schmaltzy. And it would have been 'edgy' to boast about reading Shakespeare like 20 years ago.

    Also, now that I think of it. When Sasha Pivovarova appeared on her first US Vogue cover, that group one (I think 05?), I recall the magazine had a short blurb next to her shot in the edit that she was busy reading Tolstoy. Pretty sure it was War and Peace, but maybe Anna Karenina. I thought it odd at the time. Why not Dostoyevsky? And why would Vogue think that would be interesting to print?
    Another example of my selective memory. I can't recall all the models who appeared on that cover, but I seem to recall this bit of senseless information.
     
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    Cause that's exactly what I mean! Borges is the Shakespeare of Argentinian literature. Not questioning the quality, just a bit lol about the connection 'oh WHAT, you read Borges too?! that IS special, be in our show' :lol:..

    Fashion loves a cliché, especially American Vogue. It's just so deliciously Russian, reading Tolstoy all day long wearing your ushanka.
     

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