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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by ad091215, Jun 16, 2015.
I like it It is really surprisingly good
I think I like it a lot, the concept and the style make the clothes look much better than in runways, and the photos look really romantic. The female models suit the collection very well too. By the way, is that emmy rappe?
I understand that Alessandro is trying to set the new gucci apart from the sexy and sophisticated one. However, I don't really like the male models choices. Also, the randos in the background of some street photos make the campaign quite cheap. (And those shoes make me sick!)
FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!I love it so much!!!!!
Amazing and pretentious
This is how to reboot a brand. The direction leaves me unsettled but in a good way. Gucci store here I come.
Not what I expected, but this is quite good. Alessandro is really shaping this brand into something new, and it's kinda promising.
I LOVE it! The atmosphere is great!
Beautiful - Really enjoyed looking through those images. The whole thing looks a bit like a Coach campaign somehow.
more like an editorial but it's really nice.
I like the campaing but look so prada and Louis Vuitton
I love it. Looks like it could have been a great Italian Vogue Editorial.
The heels on the shoots look so unfortunate though like they have been messed p in post-production. Thats all I would say, but thats the product.
What a pleasant surprise! I really like the direction where the brand is going. Alessandro is doing a great job on staying away from the cliché "sexy" Gucci that the brand has been known for for years. I wasn't a fan at first, but this is definitely a step in the right direction. Probably my favorite Gucci ad in years.
Feels fresh. Love the shot with the girl opening her bag... Reminds me of Chanel and Daria.
Overall it's not what I usually like, but it feels sort of new for the time we live in...
This looks great. Makes me believe the new direction of the brand.
this is absolutely amazing
it has so much atmosphere, like a valentino campaign