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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by VogueDisciple93, Feb 22, 2013.
is she replacing marion? marion is way better than jennifer. jennifer is just too stiff. she just doesnt have that dior value that marion had.
Marion should be the Lady Dior.Take it easy.
^ Marion is for Lady Dior. Jennifer is replacing Mila Kunis.
nevermind. i think she must be replacing mila kuniz. but whatever it is i still find that jennifer doesnt do the bags justice.
She looks stunning tho!
we must e seeing two different things because i think she looks amazing and fits Willy's style perfectly
Here's one of them more clearer from Harrods Magazine via the iPad; with the Dior emblem intact:
Harrods Magazine March 2013 via vogue28
I'm probably biased cause I really love Jennifer as an actress, but this ad is great.
I was expecting much worse. This is good.
They photoshopped her face to oblivion, she looks great... but not at all like herself... so, maybe that's not so great...
This is beautiful. Willy is perfect for elegant shots, this is so much better than Mila´s ad its crazy!
I am still on the fence about Willy's aesthetic for Dior. But these images are nice. Jennifer looks very elegant.
Wow this is much better than I was expecting actually. Jennifer looks stunning, very feminine and sophisticated. It would even work nicely as the S/S 13 RTW campaign.
imo she definitely exceeds expectations. she looks properly high fashion.
a million times better than mila, so that's a great start for me
I just can't understand how Dior can make her look so good here and so terrible in her red carpet appearances. Black is working for her, she should do that for the Oscars. Especially if she does her hair dark again, but it's still that awful butterscotch color...in between brown and blonde.
i don't think she'll be dyeing her hair dark again until after the awards... there are THG reshoots coming up and i guess she'll show up in Paris, especially IF she wins an Oscar.
It's not great and would have been far more striking with a model but it's way better than I had expected.