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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by -MR.D-, Jul 8, 2009.
I posted it once, but wasn't so sure if it was the campaign, cause it looks like a backstage shot...
I like it!!!
It's Myf Sheperd and Olga Sherrer...
Oh lol I assumed it was the campaign, so it still might not be.
Thanks for the info though.
Hmm, it looks interesting! I'm curious to see more
looks lovely so far, nice colors...Myf looks a bit like Tanya D. here
So good so far!
need to see more but as a preview, it looks good.
I love Myf, she looks so cote.
Oh wow.. this could easily be my favorite campaign of the season so far. is there any info on the photographer or stylist?, it looks divine, I'm just so drawn to that type of atmosphere.. very artistic and theatrical but zero effects or gimmicks involved.. just wonderful.
thank you, MR.D
Olga looks just like a mannequin. I like it a lot - like Helmut Newton with emotions.
Are we even sure this is a campaign? It looks so cheap.
It is the campaign, but another budget version using backstage photos. Looks like they are waiting in line to walk out because those were looks 30 and 31 in the show.
I kind of like it, though, the mood and the colours.
For Sonia by SR they just used a shot from the lookbook. I wouldn't even call it a campaign, but you can find both this and the mainline "visuals" under culture and news -> advertising campaigns on the website, so I thought I'd post it.
(screencapped from soniarykiel.com)
^Thanks for the info. Well at least they tried to do something slightly original and not just use runway shots as a campaign.
Though it's a backstage shot but I think it look so edgy and creative for a campaign.
I'm kind of tired for a very some big budget campaigns which turned out so disappointing.
apparently according to the fall 09/10 campaign thread, imogen morris clarke has sonia rykiel eyewear?
yes it is on the soniarykiel website - can anyone do a screen cap of it please? For some reason I cant
Eyewear F/W 09.10 : Imogen Morris Clarke
The first one looks like a good portrait in the yearbook.
nice it has a new age jazzy vibe going on