Juergen Teller Ad Campaign Wars Marc Jacobs Fall 2010 Vs Celine Fall 2010

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There’s little to surprise us when it comes to Marc Jacobs ad campaigns. Whether it’s for fall or spring, his ads always have something in common (and that, I think, will remain unchanged till the end of times): Juergen Teller.

This time, only, for the Fall Winter 2010/2011 Marc Jacobs season, Juergen Teller went off his head and did something almost good. And almost original. If you like this off-road kind of imagery. The trouble comes now: Celine Fall Winter 2010/2011. Doesn’t it look like a Marc Jacobs authentic? It does, doesn’t it? (it looked like that to me, when I first laid eyes on the pictures). Well, I have two words for that: Juergen Teller. He kept his best studio shots for Celine and took Marc Jacobs out. Atta boy! At least we can make the honest difference. How do you like his images? (I promised myself one day I’ll give a camera to my 2-year old baby girl! She’ll be snapping things stronger, bigger, better than Juergen!) (via)

Marc Jacobs fall winter 2010 2011 ad campaign

Celine fall winter 2010 2011 ad campaign

Celine fall 2010 ad campaign

Celine fall 2010 ad campaign large Marc Jacobs fall winter 2010 2011 ad campaign 1 Marc Jacobs fall winter 2010 2011 ad campaign 2


#1 mdinah on 07.27.10 at 3:51 pm

I am totally outraged on how this “photographer” treat women in his work..

#2 Jaffa on 01.20.11 at 9:26 pm

God this is a stupid blog. And mdinah, models get paid very good money to be in a ad campaign. They also have free will and it is arguable that they (and, the entire world) have no need of your pathetic outrage. Try to understand the causes of your “outrage” and work on these, I am sure they come from your bigot upbringing. Good luck

#3 keiko on 01.21.11 at 1:19 am

Comments like the one Jaffa wrote always make me laugh! The outrage & intolerance directed at mdinah’s harmless comment, freedom of speech & differing opinion is interesting. Isn’t that bigotry?

#4 ajgingerbelle on 01.21.11 at 4:48 am

Internet: THE invention for bigot persons.

Back to topic then? Lately I feel often estranged from the fashion world. As if it’s like in the Fringe series who’s for real and who’s from the other universe? Or are they mixed (up)?

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