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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by ChicSaks, Jan 31, 2019.
Vanity Fair US
not in love with it, but like it.
I like the Andy Warhol vibe.
This sums it up perfectly. The portraits each on a page of their own would probably be stronger than grouped. 1 or 2 shots are good, but dragged down by the others.
I like the vibe but I don't think Gigi is really pulling it off. It's blander than it should be. Maybe someone like Luna would've been a better fit for that type of portrait and styling.
like it but sorry. i can not stand her look, she is no good for tom ford.she is only good for tommy hilfiger,otherwise i can not see her in any other brand
By Ezra Petronio?
That’s what I was thinking too.
But I wouldn’t be surprised if Tom Ford took them himself.
uk vogue march 2019 digital edition
It's true that it looks like Ezra Petronio but doesn't seem as good as Ezra. Come to think of it, I actually think Raquel Zimmermann would've looked great in that ad, fierce and elegant.
And Joan Smalls looks great here - she has the cheekbones for it.
I was afraid when I saw « Tom Ford: Gigi Hadid ».
I think it’s great because of the glasses. I’m not sure it would have been that successful if it was just her bare face.
Joan looks good.
Brigit Kos would have been perfect for this.
I think they both look great. Hoping to see more models though.
they are both perfect for the brand...
Love it. Very classic.
HERE is my very point exactly: when you hire a real supermodel like Joan Smalls, then you have great results; however Gigi plays being a model but she does not know how to pose and clearly the result with her photos is bland or not good enough for the brand. She is a super commercial girl who does well for Tommy Hilfiger and catalogues or smiling jobs lol but not for Haute Couture or high fashion, these jobs need the real deal, the same apply for that joke of a model Kendall Jenner.
Gigi looks like an emoji.
I quite like this in spite of Gigli; I have a thing for eye shadow combined with big retro glasses.
I just love these glasses.
These pictures are poisoned with high fashion, soooo good.
I'm delighted to see Joan's clichés. She's entirely selling it.