It’s cold, it’s holiday season and I’ve seen the sun maybe once in the last week…so with all this going on, we can use a little pick-me-up. So why not kick off your weekend with some cute animals that make fashion ad campaigns and lookbooks so much better? Like a sloth with some Mansur Gavriel bags, for example…
Spring ad campaigns that is. Ironically it’s -14 degrees here in Chicago right now so looking at pretty Spring clothes is just what the doctor ordered.
So, out with the old. In with the new. Let’s see what happens when models + photographers + expensive clothing get together for the SS14 ad campaigns.
As I’ve mentioned before (but probably not often enough), I’ve always had a thing for space. I can’t tell you how it started (although me discovering claustrophobia is what ended it) but when it comes to stars, planets and whatever else is up there, I’m into it.
So I happen to discover Proenza Schouler’s Fall 2013 ad campaign video yesterday and it seems as if Jack and Lazaro have also taken a liking to space. That, and a white cockatoo.
Now’s the time where many of the Spring 2012 ad campaigns are surfacing, and with the amazing collections we saw last September these are bound to be good. But who has the best so far? Proenza Schouler…of course. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Really loving the mint color of this skirt for Spring (pastels are the biggest trend next season!) The softness of the skirt paired with that awesome textured top…genius.
Looks like I should start doing crunches if I’m ever going to pull this off…
This top is one of my favorite pieces from this collection.
Normally not a fan of brown and black together, but I’m definitely a fan of this look.
LOVE an open back…even better that it’s Proenza
My favorite image of all the Proenza SS12 ad photos (love me a good detail shot!)
What do you think of the Proenza Schouler Spring ’12 ads? Which one is your favorite?
Images via Proenza Schouler
One of my favorite designers, Prabal Gurung, released his first ever online only ads yesterday. I thought this was such a great concept to only release certain photos for online advertising and I’m really looking forward to seeing more innovative ideas like this with Prabal and in the fashion industry as a whole.
Check out the images from Prabal Gurung’s first ever Fall 2011 digital ad campaign.
I’m going to be honest, it takes a lot for me to really love an ad campaign. We see so many online, in magazines, etc and it can be very redundant. However, this literally gave me chills when I looked through these images. It really brings a whole new level of power to these clothes and this truly blew me away.
What do you think of Prabal’s first ever online ads?