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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by zzzyao76, Oct 17, 2017.
US Vogue November 2017 Digital Edition
I can't believe this Jeff Koons collaboration is continuing, it's so ugly and the campaigns are nothing better. I feel sorry for Lea for having to participate in it.
+1 Very cheap!
It obviously didn't sell the first time around. I doubt this attempt will do any better. It's a very ugly line that should have never went into production. A big mistake for LV.
Again?? Why give him another run when the first range was so positively abominable. And this time around the campaign looks as cheap as the bags, especially with the false backdrop and unfortunate bangs. What a waste of Léa Sedoux.
Her beauty is amazing. The bags are so ugly.
Well this is definitely much better than that horrible first campaign with poor Alicia. Shame about the horrendous bags though because Lea looks lovely here.
I don't hate the collection at all.
It's "cheap" on purpose, very touristy and pedestrian, Like something you buy at a souvenir shop at a museum, cause obviously you can't afford the real piece of art, or that bag - it's gimmicky, ironic and tongue-in-cheek - which usually I detest in design, but this one works for me.
As for the ad, it's nothing special, and I always prefer a model.
It's weird but i really don't care for this.
This thing at Vuitton where the suits kinda blurred the message of the creative direction is disturbing.
While i liked what the Arnault did with "The Iconoclasts", this is just unfortunate. I believe that only the die-hard Vuitton fans are into it or maybe some millenials.
They should release the Resort campaign...
Oh Lord ... I can't believe Lea have to be part of that mess she is way too good for that.. even for Louis Vuitton
She is so stunning and I wish they give her fashion deals and campaigns to her Caliber ( I used to love her at Prada )
LV collab are not working that well I guess ( this and the mess that happened for the supreme X LV Popstore)
Airport gift shop cheap.
Since the last collection I only saw one woman carrying it. And she's a white middle-age lady. I mean at least if you make it tacky, make it a successful one. All the collabs during MJ were wild and most-wanted.
Can't believe this collaboration is still happening.
Love Lea but even she couldn't save this.
ID on the photographer?
^There's an article on WWD's website about the collaboration/campaign which is sure to mention the photographer but you have to be a WWD subscriber in order to read the full article. An ID on the photographer would be much appreciated! My guess is Patrick Demarchelier (can't see any signs of Meisel in this, can anyone else?).
Just logged into WWD Digital acc, there's no mention of the photographer in that article which is odd. Just a soundbite from Koons.
It is most likely Demarchelier, he shot most of Léa's campaigns for LV.