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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by Ed.., Jun 30, 2009.
Mmmm, Michael is so innovative.
I love his F/W collection
Ok i think
So happy to see Carmen
The campaign is not extraordinary, but nice.
Well at least there are no airplanes/boats/helicopters/any mode of transport in sight.
carmen is so boring and i really don't like the lighting
I can imagine the busy celebrity (Carmen of course) will be picked up by a limousine because there would be something missing from a Michael Kors campaign.
I want to ban Michael Kors campaigns.
I'm used to the whole 'Glamorous Life' concept now, so this doesn't bother me.
I like it. The jet setters have finally arrived at their destination. And thanks god it doesn't look as fake as the red carpet shot from the Hollywood fragrance.
I like it. Carmen looked her best.
Hahaha, you're right, there is probably a shot of them arriving in a limo.
I would love seeing another model getting MK campaign
Why does Michael keep on using the same effect!? Oh well, a fresh face would be better!
God could it be any tackier??? Michael Kors, Broadway, Noah on the phone... YUCK!
I cannot believe how tacky this guy really is. If I am not mistaken, he just released some perfume called 'Very Hollywood' or something... Very Hollywood... what does that even mean?
I hate his concepts: the limos, the yatchs, the private planes... of course all that doesn't fly anymore since the recession. I wonder who likes these ads and think of them to be stylish and relevant....
I like it they changed the concept compared to the past seasons. I love Carmen and the clothes!
Carmen? So exciting to see a new model in Kors ads finally
Seriously why does she appear in his campaigns over and over again, each season? It looks quite good but boring
Another one of Michael Kors' rich-bitch ads. It's really unoriginal and cheesy. The collection itself wasn'y actually half-bad. I liked the thigh high slit outfits and stuff. But a campaign like this kinda ruins it.
haha the whole 'buy my dress and feel like a B-rate celebrity' mentality feels as old as the images Michael Kors produces every season.
i bet the man worships his marketing department, but really... could it get more ridiculous and cliche than that?