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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by vogue28, Jul 17, 2018.
Photographed by Lachlan Bailey:
just one word.
Well, at least they're all cut from the same cloth. Just surprised Lachlan shot this because it's so generic.
His work is generic.
Indeed so generic...
Lily is so unnecessary here
Awful setting. Awful styling.
I like the poses tho.
More campaign images; also starring Clément Chabernaud:
Ugh, I can't stand the pose on the couch all together with their feet all towards us: I understand they are trying to sell those shoes but it's too much for me. The other shots are nice, I never really liked Lily but her solo image is okay. The solo shot of Rosie is good as well. The best one is of course the one with Clement! That one is interesting. Joan surprisinly doesn't impress me here.
I don't like it, we have seen models posing on couches so many times, it is boring. However, I must say that I love Joan Smalls, she seems to be the only good model of this cast.
Lol, the posing is so bad, crikey! Joan slipping off that couch?
I get the feeling that they wanted the campaign to look like a Testino shoot? Can't rationalise the overt generic vibe.
I'll never understand how Lily Aldrige keeps on getting work, she's never convinced me as a model.
The casting reminds me of Stuart Weitzman
She must have a HUGE TERRIFIC agent !!!! Like a CHAMPION BOOKER otherwise I can´t explain why we would book so many jobs being so LAME and BORING as a model with no skills.
Then again, Rosie books a hundreds covers of Harpers´Bazaar for just doing NOTHING
The only real working HIGH FASHIONNNNN supermodel there is Joan Smalls! In fact everybody let´s just remind ourselves what a real-working-fashion model is:
Source: Bethann Hardison Instagram.
Seriously, mind boggling, she seems nice enough but she can't model to save her life.
Well, I respect Bethann, but some of what she's saying is not entirely true. At some point, around the same time the Instagirls came onto the scene, Joan's bookings took a bit of a nosedive. Then she started hanging out with them and got a lot more social media/public interest. And that ultimately resulted in more bookings.
She comes across as someone who always look out for number 1. But then again, most models nowadays do that. Gone are the days when Christy would turn down bookings if they didn't book her friends, for instance.