Supermodel Edita Vilkeviciute stars in Redemption‘s Fall Winter 2018.19 advertising campaign photographed by brand’s creative director Gabriele Bebe Moratti. Styling is work of Babeth Djian, with makeup from beauty artist Tom Pecheux, and hair stylist David Mallett.
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Edita Vilkeviciute Models Redemption Fall Winter 2018.19 Collection
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This stark series of ads Greenpeace Canada created illustrate just how obviously harmful plastic straws are to aquatic animals. Created by Rethink in Toronto, the ads are hard to swallow yet were designed to prompt businesses to reconsider the use of straws. A fish, turtle and bird are inside a drink, with a straw coming out of their mouths. “Don’t suck the life from our oceans” reads each ad.
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This Campaign Shows How Your Plastic Straws Suck the Life Out of Ocean Animals
Moncler presents the brand’s Spring – Summer 2017 advertising campaign shot by renowned American photographer Annie Leibovitz with a form of communication which has again proven to be entirely unexpected and innovative.
Following the fairy-tale atmosphere and literary vision of the previous Moncler campaigns, the Spring/Summer 2017 imagery plays out along a surreal imaginary thread. The images are transformed into a chameleon-like camouflage which eliminates any certainty of reality. The protagonist is Chinese artist Liu Bolin, master of the impossible and the invisible, renowned for his allusive art in which only the silhouette of his body is visible against backdrops.
Gigi Hadid by David Bellemere for Guess 2015 Campaign
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Sports Illustrated swimsuit rookie 2014, American model Gigi Hadid follows a frequent development route into a Guess Campaign as the brand’s 2015 face. David Bellemere is behind the lens for what has been an uncontrolled, inferior-quality image dump of the campaign. Multiple images are appearing at random on various websites in the most haphazard execution we’ve seen for a major campaign.Not sure who is responsible here, but for shame.