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Discussion in 'Vintage Ads' started by Flashbang, Jul 13, 2010.
its all so cluddered
like they had to throw every age group
in one shot
The only thing missing in that shot is a dog.
Good to see Iselin, though!
a family road trip?
I Like but look very Lord And Taylor by Testino
It feels very contrived though, these shots. Somewhat forced. (Well most family roadtrip photos are anyway so maybe they're just keeping it real )
It's a kinda family picture from picnic ..It looks forgettable, nothing special.
Hmm... it's definitely very Hilfiger. But a tad too crowded for my liking. And even though I'm also very happy about Iselin being part of this, I think she looks kind of weird here. Kind of...very masculine
I Can't Help But Be Drawn To The Guys Smile Behind Iselin, He Looks Like A Psycho.
Haha I love this. I can't help it. Far from a novel concept, but still fun and befitting and quite well executed.
My favourite shot is the one of Iselin and "Mrs Hilfiger" with the matching dogs.
huge fan of this it makes me want to buy so much of it now
Well, since the dog is here, we've got everything;p
Iselin looks great in the campaign
but this campaign is ridiculously crowded, I had no idea where to focus on,
and like all the above had mentioned, it's like a series of family road trip photos.
I love this! I usually dislike campaigns with bajillion models but this is actually good and it has a story to it.
So cheesy. Great cast though - Gracie
I like this, it's cute and I think I'll buy some of this.
But what a weird family! They're all so different.
Luis B. is also in this
but this is definitely a real family trip
y favorite shot is the Iselin and Jacquelyn one beccause they
look like sisters that have had a grudge for quite some time
You know it is cheesy, but it is absolutely right for this brand and completely in line with their image. A little cluttered, but I'm willing to give them a pass.
Nice model casting and just what to expect from Tommy H. ads.
Bright, sunny, American fun day out with mates and family. Does what it says on the tin.