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First Look: A Bevy of Beauties for Gucci’s Fall 2014 Ad Campaign (Forum Buzz)

The latest advertising spots to surface on our forums are from Gucci. The Italian fashion house retained Turkish duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott to lens its Fall 2014 campaign, shot in the studio with muted backdrops to complement each look. We're treated to a set of fashion's finest models with Raquel Zimmermann, Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, Suvi Koponen, Joan Smalls and Karmen Pedaru all fronting the campaign and looking every inch the Gucci woman, clad in the designs of Frida Giannini.

Ad Campaign Gucci Fall 2014 Mert & Marcus

IMAGE CREDIT: A-STATE-OF-BLISS.TUMBLR.COM VIA TFS FORUMS


Ad Campaign Gucci Fall 2014 Mert & Marcus

IMAGE CREDIT: A-STATE-OF-BLISS.TUMBLR.COM VIA TFS FORUMS

"Wow, I can't even pick out a favorite picture. All four shots are fantastic. The cast is awesome, though some diversity wouldn't hurt. These girls are selling everything!" enthused Seaj.

"Great great great!! Love seeing Raquel, one of my first model loves. They all look great!!" wrote Srdjan.

Nepenthes also had a very positive attitude toward the images: "What an amazing cast! Especially happy to see Natasha. The girls look beautiful. At the same time, if there were some unknown models instead of Natasha, Raquel, Anja and Suvi, I wouldn't even look twice at these shots."

Not everyone was sharing the same sentiments, though. "Who cares about the casting, it looks like a catalog. Super lame," disapproved HeatherAnne.

"Definitely a total waste of such amazing casting. Maybe you can say 'less is more,' but I call it LAZY," commented Avogadro.

TaylorBinque was on the fence and wrote, "Don't get me wrong. This is one fabulously stunning cast. But I wish they use them at their most potential. I think the collection itself is quite lovely but it needs a little push from a great to make a wonderful collection as a whole."

Check out the thread for more campaign shots and post which model is your favorite here.

 

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