Here we have two lovely images to the Louis Vuitton S/S 2012 campaign. You know, I think the model choice is fairly decent, and supposedly we are to expect one more model in the campaign, but what really gets me is the setting of the ads. I’m glad they kept the styling exactly, but it loses its charm in that poorly decorated ice cream parlor. I get it. It’s sweet and girly, but I need a bit more effort and a little less obvious studio shots that took little imagination to create the set.
Any thoughts on who the remaining model could be?
Edit: Viewing this on my phone, I really like this. My judgement will be formed at a later date after the complete campaign.
Louis Vuitton S/S 2012 Models: Kati Nescher, Daria Strokous Photographer: Steven Meisel
French fetishist and purely vintage. Gone is the 70s trend and here are the first images from the new Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 ad campaign. The set is missing two models, one of them being the fabulous Fei Fei Sun, but the rest will come out in time. I think this campaign would have been better with all of these models behind Kate and Jessica. Yes?
Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 Models: Daphne Groeneveld, Anaïs Pouliot, Gertrude, Zuzanna Bijoch Photographer: Stephen Meisel
Bow down to excellence. Kate is iconic in every sense of the word. She absolutely stole the show. In light of the clothes, I’m in love. Marc presented pencil skirt silhouettes, beautiful, voluminous furs, wellies with an added platform and heel, and added kink and fetish with materials and in the details, e.g. the adorable masks. Yet, all of this had a disciplined austerity about it all. Really magnificent.
Back to Kate, though. Such incredible presence. She looked wonderful and the cigarette smoking wonder was the most super of all of the supers that walked, including Naomi Campbell. It was really a superb casting.
Resort, it’s a beautiful thing. Louis Vuitton’s first campaign image for resort season brings us a breathtaking view with the feminine printed circle skirt and striped top with the tied leather belt. Who wouldn’t want the money to recreate this in their own lives?
Louis Vuitton Resort 2011 Campaign
Model: Anne Vyalitsyna
Photographer: Mark Segal
Stylist: Julie de Libran
Makeup: Rose Marie Swift
Hair: Tomohiro Ohashi
Over the past week I have noticed I’ve posted a few sexy posts and a few NSFW posts. Maybe it’s my subconscious telling me I just love naked people, I don’t know, but we’re in some dire need of sweet, pretty fashion before everyone goes into tits-and-ass overload. I, of course, would like to see the results of such a condition, but maybe it’s best not best we witness such a tragedy.
My, my, what do we have here? Why it’s Jessica Stam. A spoonful of Stammie makes the medicine go down. This Spanish editorial for Harper’s Bazaar brings out Fall’s velvets and flowing fabrics. I never pictured that Louis Vuitton gown in a Spanish setting, and I say the results are divine.
Title:Spanish Revival Magazine:Harper’s Bazaar US August 2010 Model:Jessica Stam Photographer:Alexi Lubomirski
Ellen von Unwerth captures Dioni Tabbers in such an old Italian pin-up manner, that it evokes and reminisces on Sophia Loren, just sexier and slightly with more boob. I love these photos and one can assume I’m going into a Prada overload, in the very best way possible. Those cat eye’s with eyebrows were featured in an editorial and so perfectly. I want them, I want to wear them, I want to sing to them and take them to the park. They’re so quirky yet beautiful at the same time.
This beauty issue focuses on the body, which Dioni certainly possesses. The likes of Prada and Louis Vuitton, like we’ve mentioned time and time again, focused on a more womanly body; whatever that means. A boob here, a hip there.
Flawless. Veteran Christy Turlington, Karen Elson, and Natalia Vodianova head up Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter 2010/11 campaign and it is absolutely stunning. I love the line more than I did beforehand: the soft palette, the feminine silhouettes, the twill and interesting fabrics, that leather skirt, etc. The whole LV line is very reminiscent of Dior’s “The New Look” and let’s not forget those bags. I often find the normal bags with the logo tacky and boring, but these are exquisite. Much better than last season, Marc, even though I would have loved Lara again, you couldn’t have picked a better cast or have had a more interesting line.