Natasha Poly is raking in the campaigns this Spring 2015 season. She joined the likes of Kendall Jenner and Adriana Lima for Marc Jacobs’ new campaign, scored the Isabel Marant fashion spots solo and is now the face of Emilio Pucci. After Natasha exclusively walked for the show during Milan Fashion Week, it should come as no surprise that the Russian beauty was Peter Dundas’ choice of model. Photographed by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Natasha poses among a set of mirrors, giving us a view of all the angles in the 70s-inspired ads.
Members of our forums were quick to voice their opinions. “This looks cheap,” commented congacon within moments of the campaign surfacing, which wasn’t a good start to the thread.
“It might be because it’s blurry, but she looks old as hell in that pic. The bangs don’t help,” added an uninterested jj36.
Forum member gazebo simply described the campaign as “stale.”
Also making a remark about her hairstyle was Benn98: “Don’t like the bangs. The entire campaign looks dated.”
“Talk about anticlimactic. Natasha had two stunning exits at the show and this is what they do for the campaign? Why couldn’t they have stuck with the look of the show and shot on location? Very disappointing. That said, I’m really happy for Natasha getting campaigns like there’s no tomorrow! That’s a supermodel right there!” noted Nepenthes in agreement that the campaign seemed a little dated.
“I love this! I love the kaleidoscopic/psychedelic feel of the campaign. It was meant to complement the clothes and I feel like it really does!” khyrk approved, changing the mood of the thread.
Oxymore enthused, “I love it! Natasha is the perfect model for that kind of campaign.”
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