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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by vogue28, Mar 15, 2021.
I mean she looks stunning, there’s no denying that. But everything about this is so generic. Could be for any perfume.
And that font for the name?!?! Far too much!
Officially over saturated with Irina at this point, I do think she looks stunning but can I’d appreciate some different casting choices.
I don't mind the name. It has a potential. But godness, the image is so generic. At least put out something that looks convincing of her alibi.
Why 'Alibi'.......like, that's the least alluring name.
Also everyone knows if you commit a crime dont wear perfume because it lingers.
Even if you're having an affair you dont wear perfume so you dont get caught and your ALIBI isnt compromised....a very odd name for a fragrance, unless it smells like water..
Because this perfume is an alibi to waste money! No other explanations to how generic this looks, and those font and bottle designs from early 2000s.
Yes she looks beautiful but it is so boring and we’ve seen her do this 5 million times before
Very beautiful little transformable.
She's booking jobs left, right and centre. Wow.
Seeing her there makes me think that she could have been perfect as the face of Elie Saab fragrances.
This fragrance does not suit ODLR at all...Neither in terms of visual or the bottle. This is more YSL/Vauthier
And Alibi is a great name but it needs a more edgy campaign for a more edgy brand.
It could have been perfect for Margiela.
Yeah, definitely not ODLR! LOL. Way too fierce and bionic for them.
A gorgeous portrait because Luigi & Iango always do Irina Shayk justice and this is clearly no exception. I will always be down for some OTT robotic, air-brushed glamour. However, as flawless a portrait it is, the image does seem rather odd coming from Oscar de la Renta and I'm also in agreement that the fragrance name is atrocious!
‘Alibi’ is not a suitable name for an ODLR fragrance... it is an interesting name though.
also agree that Irina looks stunning but a little generic too.
maybe the video (I hope there’s one), will give her the alibi to fully get away with this ad...
Оne-sided role and styling has nothing to do with it.
Even with a green hair.