Jan 27, 2011

Spring/Summer 2011 Ad Campaigns: The Best and Worst

The Best
This Yves Saint Laurent Ad features Arizona Muse, who has Anna Wintour's seal of aproval, wearing a pristine white suit and a gorgeous dress amongst foliage in Morocco.

Muse recieved high praise from Anna Wintour in the February issue of Vogue, with Anna saying, "When I look at Arizona, I see shades of Linda Evangelista and Natalia Vodianova, but most of all, I see her, a gorgeous, smart grown-up. And how can anyone resist someone with that name?" Muse is already a rising star, having opened and closed the Prada and Miu Miu shows in her debut season.

These shots for Fendi by Karl Lagerfeld look more like a work of art, or something out from a Jackson Pollock painting. The room is just as color blocked as her outfit, which makes the color in the images pop and catch your eye.

Freja Beha Erichsen, Stella Tennant and Baptise Giabiconi make magic in the Chanel SS 2011 ads. Set in a lush garden, Feja, Stella and Baptise simply look gorgeous. To make a pop culture reference, it looks something right out of a Vampire Diaries Cast.

The Bad

A sexy, tan model, blue sky? Its not bad but its new either.

Dolce & Gabbana's Spring/Summer 2011 Collection looked amazing. However, that did not translate in the Ad Campaign. The overly tanned models do nothing for the clothes. Alessandra Ambrosio's rib and collar bones are also clearly visible in the photos, which does not send a good message.

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