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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by 9sete, Jan 13, 2021.
For once a change of scenery from the overkill of Sicilian street photos we've suffered with for almost a decade
Oh wow, this is stunning! Therefore it can't have been shot by Branislav or Stefano Galuzzi.
It looks like a less diverse Dior Men.
Looks like there's hope for the women's campaign.....
I like it
These department store window displays lazily co-opted as campaigns are depressing.
Meh. Saw both the mens and womens campaigns on their website. Same old same old but at least its not a Sicilian street anymore.
I echo the sentiments about the change of scenery.
If it weren’t for the brand, I’d actually quite like it.
i would've liked this more without the models. and the clothes.
Could pass off as a Dior Men ad sans diversity.
Dior. The models are hotter though lol..
Oh, of course it's shot by Meisel copycat, Branislav Simoncik.
I like it although a bit disappointed because this collection was so sexy and they chose the safest looks. I mean, give me sexy!
Wait, are you saying Dior Men don't cast hot models? Please! Have you seen Kohei, Braien...?!?
Such a boner killer that it's shot by Branislav!
Photographer: Branislav Simoncik
Models: Amerigo Valenti, Davide Lenoci, Alessio Petrazzuoli, Jean Chang, Ljubisa Grujic, Aziz Maal.
The portraits are so bad! They look like those little cardboard stand-ups you'd find at your local optician who's have them in the windows for the last 8 years and there's dust all over them.
The main pics are good, though. Still won't buy a single item from this horrible brand.
It's quite simple and boring but it gives me the nostalgia of their earlier campaigns and for that reason I kind of love it. This was also one of their better collections in recent years too.
Shot on set of the show I imagine...reminds me of old Dolce campaigns. I dont mind it really.
Less really is more. Hopefully they won’t blow it with the women’s campaign. We could really use some old school Dolce & Gabbana glamour right now.
Oh, the women's is much much worse. It's on the site.