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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by amby, Jul 21, 2020.
Looks like it’s supposed to be inspired by their F/W 2000 ad.
She was in the ad with Amber.
She looks IDENTICAL. that's crazy.
They'll tease us with one shot that harks back to the glorious images from the 2000s... and the rest of it will probably resemble outtakes from recent Gucci campaigns.
That's what I'm thinking as well. Don't get too cosy. The rest will probably your usual Jacob K 'youth' Versace.
This shot does look stunning. Love the glamour and rich colours.
This does looks more Tom Ford for Gucci than Versace tho.
Donatella is like the queen of Nostalgia. She is milking that Nostalgia thing in every way possible.
I guess Versace’s future is it past.
The whole theme is a 'House Party'..... she plays a Mother who tells her kids not to have a party whilst she's away, and they do....
My jaw dropped when I saw this on Instagram earlier. She looks like she hasn't aged a day since they first shot this legendary campaign 20 years ago! My all-time favorite Versace campaign, ahhh
I don't think this one was shot by Meisel, but that reunion would've been such a dream.
I kind of like that! It's not a knockout, but it's an improvement over the Jlo and Kendall disaster.
Georgina looks breathtakingly beautiful, just like she looked in her early days.
I hope the rest of the campaign keeps this direction, because nothing screams more Versace than this kind of tacky glamour (that I loveeee).
Oof, Georgina is looking GREAT! And very successful, rich and appealing as well. What a great image, I am happy it exists, even if the other ones would be bad. This image alone has saved this summer in fashion.
Do you guys know if this campaign will be printed on magazines?
Also with Steinberg and Cynthia Arrebola in the campaign video
Anita Pozzo is also in this campaign.
I’m floored, yes mom!
ugh i cant wait to see more
Love it! I hope Georgina is mostly featured shes the ultimate Versache rich woman was tired of seeing Versace teens.
That video is actually somewhat entertaining, and I love that there's a story and a hint of nostalgia. It's exactly how I want my Versace.