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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by amby, Aug 6, 2018.
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It’s not bad, but I was hoping for another fierce Steven Klein campaign after last season.
He sure knows his audience, cause this looks expensive and refined. Great cast too.
I’m underwhelmed but at the same time, I totally love it!
I expected something extreme, festive and glamorous and I wanted to see Binx as an OG...
But this is flawlessly executed. Chic, simple, effective but with a lot of attitude.
And the accessories shots are very clever. Adam really challenged himself here because it looks expensive!
Good job Tom!
Very good looking campaign. The accessory shots are glorious. I didn’t love the collection, but these photos are compelling, expensive, glamorous, sexy. They also look fresh - infinitely better, imo, than the Steven Klein mess of last season...which was dated, stilted and very passé.
Only campaign this season I’m interested in so far.
im enjoying the still life shots more. those have more edge than the actual model shots, but i guess thats the point?
I love the accessories shots, they're the standouts for me here.
I love it
I also like accessories shot as well, it just pops in your face. But clothing with models are not really convincing.
Simple but luxury enough. The accessories shots are selling them so so well.
The latest shot of Hiandra is the most arresting yet. I can't say I love the campaign as a whole though. It did succeed in terms of showing off the clothes but the photography comes off catalog-y to me.
Prefer the accessories shot and the last image in Hiandra- amazing!
I need that acid green suit..Or the red version! Killer!
imagine these look awesome with accessories paired with model shots !
Meh, snoozefest! Model looks way too young for the looks, and I like the accessories shots more.
Tom Ford is actually the brand who seems most afraid of older women for his campaign, despite them being his most loyal supporters.
I just realise that the photographer is a street style photographer! Is it Tom Ford the first luxury brand to cast a street style photographer to do its ad? Have Tommy Ton & Scott Schuman shot any blue chip ads before?