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Discussion in 'Vintage Ads' started by Flashbang, Jun 20, 2010.
absolutely beautiful!!! and black and white=
OMG!! Angela? Can't wait to see more of this.
I need to see more to make a final judgement, but it's looking good!
don't like it at all
oh wow the full spread looks amazing indeed.
I like the suburban vibe in it. lovely campaign
Model or not, she's the most interesting aspect of the third photo... her along with the male model's coat.
hahaha let me say...probably it would be the most interesting part of the whole campaign so far
Good Lord! It's here! Been waiting for this!
I totally love it!!! Love the mood of this campaign. So cinematic especially because it's in a B/W tone. Angela owns that shot IMO. She looks so sensual.
I'm pleasantly surprised, it looks extremely elegant and refined.. I hope Valerija isn't in the background on each shot, it would be a major letdown since she's the model I've been looking forward to seeing in this ad.
Don't know what I was expecting, but I don't think it was this.....well deffo not B&W anyway. It's not bad so far and seems like there are more girls involved than previously thought.
this is perfect cant wait for the rest
(lol so biased)
That's terrible so far, I don't like it.
Thanks for posting all the new ads Flashbang, you're hero in my eyes!
Which means Hedi Slimane no longer shoot menswear ?
Back to old campains, Signora Prada ? Budget recession ?
Anyway ... Wasn't so sure when I saw the first one, it looked lame ...
Now ... Well ...
Sorry, but it bores me ...There's no emotion ...
the black girl dressed as a hooker seated at the back is gonna bring alot of controversy though.
Very Meisel. Reminds me of Missoni with Iselin and Kinga (FW08/09?). Don't care for the casting.
Stunning, stunning, stunning!!
I want to see more. It looks so poethic! I'm not a real fan of black/white productions but this works perfectly! Angela is the highlight
Glad to see Angela back for Prada. She always does Prada justice and this time is no different, but I'm really not feeling Steven Meisel's need to make everyone look like clones lately.