DKNY Jeans Ads By Scott Schuman

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Low budget calls for drastic measures! Donna Karan New York Jeans wrapped up the spring summer 2009 campaign.

That wouldn’t be strange, if it wasn’t for the photographer who was responsible for this campaign – none the other but our friend, the Sartorialist! Mr Scott Schuman was the official photographer for DKNY Jeans Ad Campaign. From clothes vendor to stay at home dad, photographer par plaisir, blogger, fashion magazines darling and now fashion photographer? Given his “style”, we might suspect how the upcoming campaign looks like. Maybe black and white, but surely street style. Given the magnitude of this blogging phenomenon, are fashion houses thinking of blogging too? How about it if we could post comments on Louis about their latest catwalk? After all, Marc is no stranger to blogging around! (via wwd, photos via,

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#1 Ellington on 12.17.08 at 9:26 pm

It seems that if you have a modicum of ‘fame’, then you are permitted to do what ever you set your mind to do, regardless if you have any training in the field or not.
Let’s just be glad shall we that the Scott Schuman has not decided to take up being a neurosurgeon as his next hobby or venture.
As for his photos for DKNY I will have to see the end result to give my end resolve.

#2 Adriana on 12.18.08 at 6:38 am

Yes Ellington, very true.
This photo looks photo-imposed to me?

#3 kpriss on 12.18.08 at 9:10 am

Ellington let’s pray for that day may come!

For now, it’s just me and my photoshop ;)

What would you two girls do (hey, Dolly Bird, if you’re around, that’ll make 3!) if you had those 15 minutes of fame?

#4 Adriana on 12.18.08 at 10:35 am

Kpriss!!! Foei, you did it again, poke fun with us!

Eh, I’ve had my 5 minutes of fame so to speak but 15 minutes more? I would send the news around of course but just to the good ones….that’s all….hahahahaha….but I shall try to keep going on taking you serious lady!
Have fun with your new hobby. LOL!

#5 Ellington on 12.18.08 at 4:20 pm

Fame has never been something that I have ever wanted. For the life of me I do not understand people who seek it out. I mean its one thing if you do something and as a by product you gain fame but to say that is what you want, it makes me wonder. I sort of see the craving and seeking by any means necessary of fame as a form of mental illness and extreme neediness. So no 15 minutes for me thanks! : )

#6 e.varden on 12.18.08 at 5:31 pm

Yep, I do believe it’s ‘shopped.

AND, when I first saw them, I was frightened: Zombies, the designer-deads?

Turn the page. Quick.

#7 Adriana on 12.19.08 at 10:54 am

Ellington, I meant with “fame” nothing more and nothing less than doing something spectactular to show to some people around me. Because I’m very shy you see. Although less people believe that. So not “fame” as in “celebrity”. No way…..the idea that people follow me and analyze my life…..brrrr…thanks!
I would end up complete crazy I think….

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