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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by Benn98, Nov 3, 2019.
Vogue Mexico/Elle Canada/Marie Claire Australia Digital Edition
UK GQ Digital Edition
Some shots of this campaign reminds me of this Vogue Paris editorial by I&V from Vogue Paris February 2004:
Does Bella look off in that first photo or is it just me?
I have now seen the full edit, plus there's another campaign shot in Evening Standard and I agree! Not surprised that Cass Bird was that blatant in her copying of I&V. I'd expect no less from her.
We've seen this already... did they just shoot FW and Holiday all in one day with Bella in studio lol
Sims left and Bird came in half way through the day. Clearly creative stayed the same, ha.
That first pic of Bella is very unflattering.
Only cheaper, lol
Guess they couldn't afford Sims for Holiday.
But I guess to be honest FW is more important so I get it.
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I think it’s a good editorial and and even though I would prefer David Sims take on this it works to the effects of what they’re marketing. I’ll still take this over the repetitive jet set blonde girl exiting a car/jeep/jet/limo that Mario Testino has done to death for this brand!
Bella is not a commercial model. She can barely move her face as it is which makes her smile look tight and uncomfortable.
Reminds me of H&M..
Jeez, they’re milking the hell out of Bella, huh?
The commercial is laughable, the campaign shots aren’t bad but I do sense low budget.
2 more shots of Abby Champion: