Saturday, December 27, 2008

More S/S09 Ad Campaigns Rolling in (P2)


Modeled by Daiane Conterato, shot by Steven Klein.

Yes! Personally, I think Daiane's one of the most underrated models in the industry right now. She might be (unoffically) Isaac Mizrahi's mini muse, or still having a fair share of exposure in shows and all, but I still think that she deserves MORE!
Shot by famous Steven Klein, which is pretty much his style of photography. Straight front, no angles. Not quite sure whether the mirror helped, but I think it would be better if say Fabien Baron were to shoot for the campaign. His F/W 08 Calvin Klein campaign with Suvi was amazing, and might suit this campaign better!

Giorgio Armani
Sasha Pivovarova by Mert & Marc.

Yes, Sasha might not be the Prada girl anymore, but her portfolio's still growing! And how unexpected of her to do Giorgio Armani!

Mert and Marc continued their blurry style from the previous Giorgio campaign, only without colours this time, but still worked wonders!


Viktoriya Sosonkina, Toni Garrn, Ymre Stiekema, Katrin Thormann, Nimue Smit, Sigrid Agren, and Giedre Dukauskaite by Steven Meisel.

Hands down, one of the most anticipated and talked about campaigns. All the youngest, freshest, newest models in the industry, all in one shot. And looking better on the runway, without the cold sweat and clinching for the trembling models.

And how amazing would it be to be on the usual 2 page spread?! Not wasting a single space, which definitely worth the money. Kudoos Meisel!

Christy Turlington by Mario Sorrenti.

Nothing special really. Sick of Christy, though I always a fan of Sorrenti.

Pic credit-tfs


ASYRAF said...

The Bally ad looks a little mini catalouge with the kind of colours and saturation used

Trait said...

ASYRAF- It does! Sorrenti can definitely come up with things better! So this is just disppointing...

Dinie said...

i like anything straight front for ad campaign...!
i see alluminium overload for prada.idk.
less is always more.

TraiT said...

Dinie- HA! it's funny cause on the runway, the looks are lesser and more digestible? Maybe it's just the way they're being alined.