There’s a sure roster of fashions, photographers, stylists, manufacturers and magazines our discussion board members are bias towards. Steven Meisel’s a type of photographers who can virtually do no flawed. Similar to his promoting campaigns for Moschino and Zara, Meisel’s campaigns for Max Mara all the time impress (like Fall 2017 with Grace Elizabeth, Spring 2018 with Cara Taylor, Pre-Fall 2018 with Fei Fei Solar and final season’s extravaganza). The Italian style model’s Fall 2019 marketing campaign follows swimsuit with Meisel taking pictures an entire host of fashions, together with Mona Tougaard, Emily Driver, Bente Oort, Anok Yai and Hyun Ji Shin, leaping throughout the studio within the basic and stylish images.
Our boards have been head over heels for the marketing campaign. “Stunning girls, stunning ad. Max Mara never lets me down,” applauded mathiaskatz.
“Undoubtedly one of my favorite fashion campaigns ever. Meisel magic!” raved Ed..
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“It’s very dynamic and it sells the clothes in the way ad campaigns did before the 2010s, I like it,” authorized dodencebt.
Sharing the identical enthusiasm towards the marketing campaign was bluestar: “Love the energy of this campaign. The clothes look great and the girls look beautiful.”
“This campaign has grown on me to no end, transporting me back to the good old days when American Vogue would be filled with those jumping editorials shot in the studio. Meisel captured the collection perfectly against the white backdrop, love the sense of motion with each image, too!” stated Vogue28.
“Classic Max Mara. I loooove this!” declared Royal-Galliano.
“I really do love this campaign. Really feels nostalgic in the best way,” agreed kenndale.
“Simple, but effective enough. Emily (above) looks like a pro,” famous ForTheImage.
“Emily looks amazing! Love Max Mara ads,” commented anlabe32.
Additionally fast to level out their favourite fashions was bluebanter: “Wow, I love this campaign. Mona and Hyun Ji are my favorites here.”
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