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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by Melancholybaby, Apr 17, 2018.
US Vogue May 2018 Digital Edition
That head wrap is a big no for me.
The whole black and white photography with the white background is becoming a little redundant... but I guess it makes Vaccarello's Saint Laurent campaigns instantly recognizable and I won't complain too much because I do very much like the look of this - everything from the styling to Kaia Gerber.
Thank you for posting, Melancholybaby!
The industry seems hell bent on making this nepotism model a star! Sure with some of her work she delivers, but for most part she looks criminally juvenile.
His campaigns never does his collections any favours. I'm not a fan of the b&w direction. Thought we'd leave that sort of thing behind when Hedi left.
She looks like a Gossip Girl character but I'm sort of digging it.
Love it she fits into the dark mood of the shoot
It's okay but the styling just ruins it.
It's not groundbreaking or new but I'm digging it. What can I say, I'm a sucker for Vaccarello.
The original shot is the best imo. The others highlight how cheap the clothes look.
I love her in this, she does seem to be getting better which comes as a relief knowing she isn't going anywhere soon...
P.S Crochet headwraps are still awful and tacky, which means the aughts are not ready to make a comeback. Thank God.
Lol, what sellouts. So juvenile.
The second shot is so much better. That ugly white hat looking thing should be burned immediately.
Charlotte Casiraghi photographed by David Sims:
Zoe Kravitz photographed by David Sims:
Zoe and Charlotte are much better, but these ads look little better than a Zadig and Voltaire campaign.