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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by Ed.., Jun 23, 2009.
somebody's looking mad!
I have to say that Clement looks really nice in this.
I think it's great that he's going back to what his brand is about. When I think about Roberto Cavalli, I think of clubs, partying, and excess. I don't think that it was an accident that it looks like Isabeli is about to indulge in an illegal activity/drugs.
He may have taken the easy way out with choosing the nightclub/partying concept but to me this ad is sexy and really shows what this brand and collection was about.
Interesting... not bad.
source | wwd.com
I don't like this at all.
I know some prefer old Cavalli, but I prefer new Cavalli.
I dislike that he's changing a lot within his designs and marketing choices.
Wow, I love the latest shot, Karen's hair is so beautiful there.
Oh I love how Isabeli spills at Karen
wow the new shot!
but am i reading on the article that they won't update their site?
can anyone help me understand?
Love the last shot, Isabeli looks gorgeous, love the skirt, and her and Karen together are such a great team!
Clement looks so much better in print than on the runway
I love the new shot as well. I love how in every shot they are not just posing but instead are photographed in mid action.
I must say i´m not a fan of the whole thing. Don´t like it at all.
Cavalli disappointed this season.
The last show is the best so far
i'm not too crazy about the newest shot, actually..
i seriously love this campaign, it reminds me of the h&m campaign by terry that i loved.
This last shoot is very bad for 2 reasons the face of Isabeli are so ugly and ugly and i think have much take for this shoot this no are the better about Karen look desorient
i like the new shot i love how they are disconnect each other
Though there was the post-apocalyptic trend throughout the collections (shockingly, and delightfully also including Cavalli) not one of them has done a campaign to match.
This is just zebra-print, typical tack from Cavalli.
There's such a disconnect between the clothes/runway and the ads. The shots aren't even particularly fun, which you'd kind of expect from a nightclub scene. I mean, who wants to be in such an empty, cheesy club anyway?