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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by amby, Jan 29, 2019.
Don't tell me that Meisel shot this while he shot for that British Vogue cover/editorial in December. The direction, even down to Primsose's pose which recalls Adut's in the editorial, is very similar.
Adut did it better. Bye!
No ones going to talk about this leg situation?
The foot in the air should have been pointed. It looks very awkward and ungraceful. Other than that It’s really good. The collection was fabulous so it’s doing half of the work all it’s own.
That it looks like a compass? I think the styling is more bothersome to me. Especially after that stunning take on this collection in Vogue Latin America.
I've not had an impression yet about Primrose despite her booking such a big cover already. And the fact that this shoot was seemingly recycled from the Vogue, the one where she ended up getting the more coverage than the other girls, doesn't quite wash well.
Marc Jacobs was better off with Sims. At least he got original material then.
One of the Instagram comments I read: "@kegrand is @primrosearcher a trained dancer? Not many can bevel and turn out that supporting foot..."
Now all the models are training to stretch their legs as much as they can.
I get the business aspect of shooting this on the same day as British Vogue but they could have at least slap a wig on her. Change it up a bit. And Meisel fondness of Primrose reminds me of his work with Hollie-May Saker which I was never really cared for.
bring back Teller.
I remember that he did the same thing with Marc's last campaign for Vuitton. Literally the same thing as the collection ed he did for Vogue Italia.
I sometimes wonder how the whole thing work, are they all just there waiting for one shoot to end?
I find it ridiculous in a way because Grand had literally nothing to do as the direction was already setup.
Nevertheless, i find it charming and i think that Meisel is great for this New Era of Marc.
I wasn't a fan of Sims and i think that Teller represented another era for Marc in terms of designs.
This is Glamour, grand and it works.
That's a lot of campaigns for Meisel this season.
I wonder how she'll feel if someone responds by linking the below shot to her, lol. Guess she'll just block them like she did years ago when a TFSer called her out.
Must admit that I did feel rather duped out of that British Vogue editorial in December, so I certainly don’t mind the similarities between this particular shot of Primrose and that spectacular image of Adut Akech.
I already prefer the look of this over last season at least, but I do hope the cast will expand to multi-girl, given the fact that I’m not the biggest advocate for Primrose yet!
I loved the first picture. As simple as it is, it is still very effective and dynamic. Love the pose, the styling and the model looks great. I'm surprised to see Primrose tho.
And that one shot of Adut would have made an amazing campaign image.
(the obligatory John Cleese post)
I don't like this campaign at all. I don't want to be that girl or dress like her. It really looks more like an editorial than an ad. And it vaguely reminds me of Mary Poppins. Who would want to buy Marc Jacobs after seeing those ads?
Meisel has always done this crossover thing where he would use a Vogue Italia cover story as a way to elaborate on the theme of a campaign (or whatever models he's currently fond of shooting), so the idea that he's now doing the same with his work in UK Vogue comes as no surprise to me.
Mary Poppins! I can't believe it Horrible campaign!!!
The whole collection is fabulous but this campaign is not.