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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by Ed.., Jul 11, 2019.
what a difference from whatever MGC puts out with Ruth and Selena
ID on the blonde, please?
Blonde guy may be the cutest, but he's wearing outfits which make him look out of place. I like the production value and composition of this campaign, but I must say for me male models are really consistently uninteresting. They're not doing anything here. No defined poses or presence whatsoever. No wonder they're so disposable and it's so hard to build a following around them.
I suppose it's a win for the brand because my eyes venture directly to the clothes and setting, and that's really all the brand would need to underscore their aesthetic. And the clothes are styled aspirational enough. Hate the logo.
Boring clothes, boring models, boring photography.
Everything is instantly forgettable. Why is fashion so afraid of beautiful men??
I really like the casting. Kohei, Arno, Jeremiah, Guirec and Ludwig
oops sorry for the wrong ID, kokobombon!
I even prefer to see Ruth and Selena.
I can't tolerate reading "Meisel" on the title of the thread.
imo, the setting doesn't match the clothing. it feels disjointed.
what is that logo? :/
Just like Kim’s design for Dior Homme Nothing really changed. It is pretty much the same **** seasons after seasons with different print.
From one of the most promising debut to this. He has stopped changing himself. His LV is not going to be the same thing after 2-3 seasons which made me think he is versatile enough to rebrand Dior
What a disappointment
all look so boring
KVA’s campaigns had so much class and elegance. This just looks childish, especially with that horrendous logo.
Honestly I wish this collection was shot by Paolo Roversi. It would have been more interesting. Meisel is now as dull as Vandeperre.