There’s always this semi-notion of each preceding fashion season, that there’s a predictability in the campaign that presents it (post glamorous runway show, of course). Yes, there may be a celebrity that dawns the pages, and yes there is a creative thought behind each message but rarely is there a simplistic truth of all women, of all types, without including the product in pure limelight.
Harpar Bazaar said it so beautifully “Spring 2014’s ads are now flooding in as opposed to trickling, a veritable sea of beautiful faces, strong imagery, accessories that are cause for a second mortgage and clothes that dreams are made of—but it takes a lot to stand out in the crowd, and Alexander Wang has definitely done it. And Miley’s not even involved. So why is this Karl Templer styled, Steven Klein lensed Spring 2014 campaign so genius?”
For real, though.
Despite the fact that this is…
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