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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by cul8tr, Nov 20, 2010.
Maybe Jil Sander's definition of "sensual" is a morose sense of coldness.
I can see that they were looking to reinforce some of the notes in the fragrance with the use of blue-purple, and perhaps also give a sense of evening, but it does nothing for me.
Do perfume adverts that aim to be sensual need to use warm colours? I wouldn't like to think so, but for me, they haven't hit the mark with their use of colour here.
Her face looks weird.. i don't really like it
I love Julia, but her expression here is really not appealing
Was this shot a while ago? She is in S/S 2009
Does anyone know where I can find this fragrance in NYC? Thanks.