The Fall Ads are falling from the sky like raindrops on a typical day of autumn. And we have no time to lose, because of the social media that it’s so good but so exhaustive.
But c’mon, we are strong peoplen, and even if we don’t show you the ads like in the day they’re out online, you know that at least 3 days later we are here to talk about them.
Cara Delevingne it’s everywhere, after Murberry, DKNY, and others that I don’t even gonna mention, the superstar of the actual fashion world was taped by her’s bff Karl Lagerfeld for the Fall Ad Campaign of Fendi. You know the result, Cara super fierce with her famous ponytail (that must be a thing between the two of them). Cara was shot in Rome by Mr Lagerfeld for paying tribute to the city, the cradle of the italian brand.
Coco Rocha it’s back on the Longchamp Lenses. The model star for the fourth consecutive time for the accessories fall ad. Shot by Greg Kadel, Coco appears like a top model giant walking across New York like a fashion godzilla.
Lanvin this years decided to bet on the diversity (more like bipolarity for me) tapping a chameleon model like Eddie Campbell that appears as at least four different womans, four different personalities. You have to see to believe it, Eddie is doing a great job, because she’s unrecognizable through the Ads. The ad campaign was shot by Steven Meisel with creative direction by House + Holme.
With the collaboration of a picture based magazine, known as Toilet Paper, Kenzo went surreal for their fall ad campaign.
Reed Krakoff decided to go himself to the Cultural Services of the French Embassy on Fifth Avenue in New York, and took Julianne Moore with him to photograph her as the face of his fall ad campaign.
Miu Miu decided to call a top models troupe to star his urban style on the Fall Ad Campaign, there are Adriana Lima, Anne Verhallen, Daphne Groeneveld, Emily DiDonato, Georgia May Jagger, Hind Sahli, Katlin Aas, Lindsey Wixson, and Marina Nery shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
And at last, but not least, rocking a black bamboo sunglasses, James Franco appears like a good old style Hollywood Star, on Gucci’s new Eyewear Campaign. Shot by Mert Allas and Marcus Piggot, James is strengthening his ties with the italian brand.