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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by ChicSaks, Feb 10, 2017.
could it look any worse?
And also the brazilian Fernanda Oliveira!
what I do appreciate is how diverse his ads are. They have an old YSL casting feel to them. I dont understand the intentional bad photoshopping on the photos though.
How many campaigns are they going to have for the same collection? I'm losing track.
Living for Hiandra, so chic.
Quite possibly the most impractical pair of shoes I've seen in a long time.
Actually it's for his second collection for next fall. But to me it's just too much at this point, every two weeks they come out with new campaign and it's really exhausting.
Too bad that he doesn't have a real defined vision for the house. It's almost sad to think that I&V are behind this when we know that they are also responsible of all the amazing campaigns of YSL under Pilati.
The missing part of their head has to be a mistake. If it's an effect it serves absolutely no purpose. I really like those roller skate heels. I would love to see the models rolling down the runway in them.
I can't get up with his campaigns anymore, but I do like these shots.
6th campaign already! But I love this one, especially the two first shots.
For girls who've mastered running in heels, now you can roll in heels.
I'm seeing fashionistas being thrown to the ground all over the place.
Look at what this duo shot for Pilati....
Apparently it's mostly the 2nd and third shot in the OP which caused the brouhaha. I must say I'm quite surprised it's coming from the French.....
I didn't see any "uproar" on social media... the complaints come from a feminist association "Osez le féminisme".
There is indeed a massive polémique in France regarding this campaign. They even created the hashtag #YSLRetireTaPubDegradante . I do agree that the attitude is rude and not at all bold neither feminine. Where is the YSL Woman?