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Discussion in 'Ad Campaigns' started by 9sete, Oct 10, 2020.
Wow oh wow, Meisel is showing L&I how to get it done.
VI realness in the best way possible
amazing campaign indeed but Meisel always delivers for Zara. ALWAYS.
would be good to see him back with British Vogue... he’s not shooting for any other glossy is he? so, if he doesn’t shoot any campaigns we won’t see much of him which is sad. he is indeed incomparable.
I know that probably due to the pandemic he was most likely keeping himself safe and rumour has it for years that he only shoots in NY (in his studio) so this outdoors session is a delightful surprise.
I love when Meisel photographs truly beautiful women. Mona and Sacha look royal and sumptuous.
Very Helmut Newton.
This is giving mid to late 2000s Vogue Italia. Love that Sacha has become a Meisel fave. Hopefully Edward will give her a huge spread or cover by Meisel soon.
Apparently this was shot in Paris. How much did Zara have to pay to get Meisel out of NY? Especially during a pandemic?
According to Pam Boy the people involved in this campaing got a 6 figures payment.
That’s interesting info. Thanks for sharing.
I heard it's been shot remotely... if it's true ... it's even more impressive !
This was styled by Karl?
Meisel on location, nice to see.
Yes Meisel, Templer and Baron.
That makes sense. From what I’ve heard Meisel is always directing a shoot from behind a screen without ever touching a camera, so it doesn’t matter if he’s actually on set.
The mood is very Fellini’s “8 1/2”. I always love when Meisel imbues his images with cinema. One of the best campaigns this season for sure!
Very surprised that Pat wasn't involved, Diane Kendal is the make-up artist here. Quite sad that Steven only did Ports and this one for this season. Max Mara and Loewe aren't the same without him.
Their car broke down, they’re looking glamorous and can’t go anywhere
If Meisel truly shot this remotely, then it's testament to his enduring genius, the imagery is fantastic and as polished and controlled as ever; also symbolising a much needed return to the look of his cinematographic days. She may be a bit too ubiquitous for my liking, but Rianne really came through here. The image of her leaning into the car window takes me back to DSquared 07.
I do wish that Sacha was a bit more upfront, but it's her third collab in a row with Templer (fourth with Meisel), so I'll keep my mouth shut on that.
So nice to see some truly GREAT fashion imagery in these times. ❤️
These images are phenomenal and I can't wait to see them in The Cover Challenge thread hehe