The Spring 2015 advertising campaigns are beginning to roll out thick and fast. Marc Jacobs’ brand new campaign is the latest to surface via WWD and our forum members are currently digesting the images. David Sims returns to lens the campaign this season, a job he has held since Spring 2014. Anja Rubik appears in the first images released, with models Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima, Joan Smalls, Natasha Poly, Anna Ewers, Aya Jones and Jessica Stam set to join the cast, each landing an individual double-page shot from the Katie Grand-styled campaign.
“I’m loving the change from Juergen Teller to David Sims. Can’t wait to see the rest of the shots!” enthuses valliaddict, kicking us off on a positive note.
Cosmic Voices also appears to be a fan and simply writes, “Lovely so far.” Are we on to a winner?
“Yeah, Anja for Marc Jacobs! So happy for her,” adds cul8tr motivated by the fact that Anja’s landed her first-ever MJ campaign.
Wolkfolk shares his sentiments with us: “Amazing cast apart from Kendall but I actually don’t mind if her ads turn out as good as Anja’s. Sims is a great choice, I love the mood of the ads and the clothes are perfectly showcased. I’m also super happy for Aya Jones…”
Anlabe32 comments, “Jessica Stam is all I’m interested in. This image looks fine though, nothing special. I disliked Teller because his ads didn’t look like ads but I must say the work from Sims so far is too boring for Marc Jacobs. SICK of Adriana Lima, Joan Smalls and Kendall Jenner.”
However, vivaglam thinks the opposite: “Can’t wait to see Adriana!”
“Swallowing the fact that Kendall’s going to be in this campaign because I’m just so happy to see my girls Natasha, Anna and Jessica Stam! (I also remember Katie Grand is styling this, who is gaga over Kendall so that has something to do with it). This will be very interesting to see though!” adds VersaceVixen09
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