Every year the Fall Add Campaigns belonging to the biggest fashion houses of the world offer a treat for the fashion lovers. It is common knowledge that the campaign are more than just advertise but rather an artsy touch to what the spirit of the Fall collections bring to the fashion world.
We can’t help but notice that this year too , certain themes seem to rule the fashion add campaigns.
Michelle Williams offers the Louis Vuitton W Bag campaign her mysterious air of petite chick blonde. It’s all about her lovely but intriguing attitude.
Nicole Kidman and her new look with autumnal dark copper hair is the new image of Jimmy Choo. The campaigns appeals to the wild side of the tamed classy woman.
Loewe chose Penelope Cruz to represent the elegant heiress look. With a bit of vintage mixed with an air of incased free spirit the campaign is sure to captivate.
Power to the Crowds
Just Cavallia.k.a Roberto Cavalli chose to mix and match signature pieces from the collection with a riot like air. The propaganda styles showed by beautiful people make the outfits even more appealing.
The elegant crowd look was exploited by Oscar de la Renta. Fabulous outfits worn by groups of elegant women and men catch the eye of the possible shopper. It’s all about being captivating glamorous with this campaign.
Dolce &Gabbana went for the Italian style drama. The theme was previously used but this time amazing outfits are focused on a crowd of potential lovers.
Hot Girl in the City
The theme is only too well known and brands are not afraid to use it every year.
DKNY focuses on a free spirited girl, all about cool outfits and rebellious freedom writer attitude, while Rebecca Minkoff choose to present a mixture of chic elegance and confident attitude.
Pierre Balmain and XOXO are all about posh looks while Longchamp and Material Girl chose the free spirited , larger than life passion for fashion.
The Touch of Shadow
It is natural that some of the fall 2013 campaigns chose a walk to the dark side.
Mania Mania went for the modern witch attitude while Lanvin and Eddie Borgo chose the unconventional elegance.
As we would expect ProenzaSchouler stood by her tradition and presented a campaign filled with shadows and good girl gone rogue images.
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