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Discussion in 'Vintage Ads' started by Teja, Aug 6, 2010.
Great, a bit boring but great!
Men (Sean Opry)
boring as hell!!!...I feel that i have seen the same campaign for 10 years... happy for Toni though
Don't you know this is Zara?Their purpose is to sell clothes,the staff absolutely don't care about making artistic campaigns,then the clothes are shown in a very good way...so I don't get why people complain about how boring is this
The model choice is perfect though for both men and women line!
toni's set is dull as hell but rest isn't so bad for a Zara ad
#6 people complain how boring is this because each person has a personality and can express their feelings about their tastes, in this case campaign ....anyway, zara would sell more if they endeavor to improve the quality of their ad campaigns .... not everything is based on the model, imho....great to see dafne!
Loving the shots for the TRF line and great to see Dafne, but Toni's line isn't great, i think the last mainline Zara campaign i liked was Sasha's.
I couldnt agree more
Toni and Sean look amazing.
Sean O'Pry's photos look nice for me.. thou it's too basic lol
It's simple, but it shows the clothes very well and that's the point for Zara. Toni looks gorgeous.
She does not make me want to buy a single thing she's wearing, and that's the point of a campaign. Daria for H&M on the other hand makes me want to buy the entire collection. See the difference?
The clothes are not shown in a good way IMO, and ugly models puts people off from buying. They ask themselves "Do I want to look like that?", and in this case...hell no.
That indeed looks very dull, but this is Zara, so we shouldn't expect a something different..excited to see Dafne though.
Toni's campaign is by David Sims
Well I like. And I certainly will look for the sweaters.
According to designscene, David Sims shot Toni's ads.
Very simple & nice.
Very pretty, just a bit boring