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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by vogue28, Jul 31, 2018.
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FROM UK HARPER'S BAZAAR SEPTEMBER 2018
What is this? Some sort of rich panhandling? Are they begging us to buy those bags?
Nice to see a familiar face back as the face of Stuart Weitzman this season, especially since Testino now officially out the question who was obviously a Stuart Weitzman staple for over a decade.
I'm intrigued to learn who photographed Gisele this season, does anyone know?
I really can't bear Gisele generally, but my God, what a lovely palate cleanser! Instant love from me. I'm keen to see how this will expand.
Maybe Inez & Vinoodh?
Congratulation Gisele for finally landing a campaign this year
This looks very I&V indeed
I think Gigi and Gisele shot this together.
Think you might be just right, especially after seeing this new shot in British Vogue:
IMAGE TAKEN FROM THE DIGITAL EDITION OF UK VOGUE SEPTEMBER 2018
VIA BRITISH VOGUE'S IPHONE APP
Yes!!! Very I&V! Thanks for posting the new shot!
Christ those shoes are hideous. Pleased it's not Gigi yet again though!
Ugly shoes and her hair is a mess.
i preferred gigi
Doutzen appears in the Stuart Weitzman ad in the September issue of UK Tatler, concealed behind a tower of blue leather handbags.
UK Tatler digital edition
Her hair , why did they cover her with bags? The photomontage looks really bad.
Definitely getting all sorts of Inez & Vinoodh vibes now that Doutzen's shot is out, everything's looking very much to their aesthetic from the model choices, to the colouring and even the styling of the accessories. I&V are certainly worthy replacements of Testino's, and I'm very keen to see more of this.
I've noticed a few fan accounts of Gisele's tagging I&V but will refrain from amending the thread title until everything is confirmed 100%!
Although Gigi is overused but her campaigns with Testino were much better than what ever they are serving here. The Doutzen pic is ridiculous IMO...
I can’t help but love Doutzen’s pic. Letting a her pose behind a pile of bags shouldn’t work, but somehow it does.
It's now confirmed Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin photographed the campaign. Here's a new shot I came across on from Stuart Weitzman's website: