Carmen Kass and paparazzi photographs is a recurrent theme chez Michael Kors. There goes Carmen alongside Noah Mills as the power couple acclaimed by the crowd and snapped by gossip photographers for the Fall-Winter 2009/2010 campaign.
Entering and leaving a New York Broadway Theater is a subject close to Michael Kors’ heart for he’s been a Broadway Theater fervent since he was five. The campaign has something disturbing, despite its contemporary inspiration (and despite Carmen Kass).
The social act of being a celeb hunted by fans and paps implies a certain shallowness that cannot be dissimulated even if the celeb in cause attends the theater. The media has more power on people’s imagination than any form of classic culture. Is this the fallen art? (via)