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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by Chatoyant, Jan 20, 2009.
Boring and actually quite ugly. Constance is a stunner on the runway, but her face has more bad than good angles... I don't know any male models, sorry. And I'm not sure who shot this... Sims & McLellan again?
male model is joseph culp..
^ Thanks. It's the same guy from last season? I edited his name into the title...
the photography is indeed boring and it's such a shame as they are two very pretty people..esp. joseph, that hair..
One of the few good things to come out of this campaign.
Natasha's were way better
My sentiments exactly, sans that horrible little episode at Blugirl. I want so badly to like her, but in this case two unflattering shots composed into one image really makes it hard...
kind of sad to see TSE being reduced to this after the constant delivery of breathtaking campaigns in the middle of Giberson's era..
and yes, I also tried to like Constance's sugary looks, she struck me as the kind of model that takes total control in her lack of remarkable features and uses that to be expressive and versatile.. but, I guess she's not..
Seems like it's by Sims again
The best TSE ads that I've seen are the ones with Iselin, FW 07.
TSE with Mona and Freja ranks at the very top for me
^ OH! i've NEVER seen that before!!! please show me!
i'm disappointed... not attractive at all, while i like constance!
I expected more. Previous TSE camapigns have been far better.
Unexpectedly bad... I usually love TSE, but this is beyond boring and ugly.
Boring in the extreme Also I was getting to quite like Constance but her jaw line and lopsided facial shape are now starting to detract from the actual pictures she takes
Joseph's hair is pitiful.
One more of Constance
They should've picked a more pristine face for this. I don't really mind Constance, but she only takes a good straight-on head shot with her chin tilted down (and she clearly hasn't figured this out yet). Such an odd face shape. I'm pretty sure I'd find this more appealing - albeit still boring - with a different cast.