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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by vogue28, Sep 18, 2020.
Whatever happened with the blue sky and ''This is not a Moschino campaign... This is a message of hope'' deal? LOL And people actually believe that any of these recent fashion gimmicks are genuine. Please.
This might be the first time I'm genuinely disappointed to see Luigi & Iango's name on a project. I was expecting Meisel for Moschino, as usual. A fun and quirky neoclassical campaign by Meisel and Carlyne would've been stellar for this collection! The first preview is already dull, I'm not a fan so far. Hopefully there'll be shots in color to liven this up a little.
This screams we ran out of Meisel budget money or Meisel has decided to relax during the pandemic. Happy for Aaron, she deserves it all but a Meisel sitting would have done more justice.
New campaign image:
come on, guys! It’s obvious that Meisel doesn’t want to work until coronavirus is over. He’s an old man and I guess he’s smart enough to don’t risk his *** for fashion campaigns. He certainly doesn’t need the brands.
On top of that renowned for being an eminent reclusive in his studios. He isn't risking anything for any amount.
Sorry, but this is a no for me.
She looks bad. Strange face expression and stiff posing. I understand that she is disabled but modeling is not for everyone. Most of her photos are unappealing to say the least.
The lightning is atrocious! Surely there must have been someone on the crew with the proper knowledge on how to light someone that is not a Supermodel. Instead of playing copycat with Meisel, they should have taken this opportunity to bring such a unique subject to life. This setup doesn't work for everybody. She's not one of their Barbie dolls that they can just dress up and photograph in their "signature" style. More thought needs to go into it, otherwise she's going to get lost. That is exactly what happened here.
honestly the woke sky campaign was better
I’ll take the sky campaign for 200 Alex