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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by khyrk, Jun 25, 2009.
Her new fragrance
God, enough with her 'glow'!
Do these perfumes even sell?????
She has such a pretty face + smile.
diff from her usual ads.
apparently they do sell..alot
I love it!
Looks to me like she's aiming for moms to buy it.
I hate the fact that she is using her kids to push her crappy products. I mean, what is it to me of course, but it is a cheap gimmick...
Unfortunately, the 'mom' Jennifer isn't as marketable as the slutty JLo from the hood in terms of her music, movies, clothing lines and all these other random and pointless things she is still doing to market her fame. That much is pretty obvious.
great! natural & pretty
Absolutely adore it. Not at all what I was expecting, but I love the cardigan, love her smile, & she looks flawless
Not a fan of celebrity perfumes! Removes the aspect of olfactory art from perfumery.
1. I've not tried her products but I'll take your word as someone who has and has the opinion that they are indeed "crappy." But as with a lot of ads, movies, commercials, etc. that IS probably not her kid in the ad. They are probably child actors due to child labor laws or her own parenting instincts. You only see the kid from the back and askew - there's nothing to indicate that it is actually her kid.
2. "Slutty" and "hood" to describe Jennifer Lopez, really? In this forum and in these days and times? Is everyone else okay with those terms to describe this woman? And is everyone else okay with those terms just bandied to describe this very succesful latina woman?
3. "Other random and pointless things" - that can describe the bulk of fashion advertising. And I was shocked to hear that a large majority of her wealth was due to the sales of her fashion and perfume line. I think she makes more money from them than from movie and music. So not really pointless when you think about it! You say she is marketing her fame like that's a bad thing, when everyone movie/music star does the same thing. I myself wish more actual, true fashion models marketed (sp?) themselves more in these trying times.
pretty but boring.
Of all the celeb ads. This is one I actually like. Simple, clean and pretty. Bottle is pretty too.
alright tarsha, can you stop posting pics from editorials in the AD CAMPAIGN section?
i agree that's it's not terribly exciting. but it's great to see Jennifer allowing herself to evolve (unlike some other female celebs her age/status)
i'd say this would need a seperate thread, but i actually think this should go into the "perfume ad campaign" thread...