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Nicolas Ghesquière Steps Behind the Lens for Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2020 Marketing campaign


It’s been a number of years since Nicolas Ghesquière took the reins at Louis Vuitton and it’s honest to say that the overwhelming majority of his promoting campaigns have did not impress. Not even adverts that includes Emma Stone, Selena Gomez or Catherine Deneuve have gained over our discussion board members. Now the French designer steps behind the lens serving as photographer for the model’s newest marketing campaign. Calling upon a handful of his pals and muses for the event, Ghesquière welcomes Léa Seydoux, Lous and the Yakuza, Akon Changkou, Krow Kian, Sora Choi, Dina Asher-Smith, Stacy Martin, Noémie Merlant, Marina Foïs and Mariam de Vinzelle because the faces of the French style home’s Fall 2020 assortment shot in opposition to a clear backdrop in his makeshift Paris studio.


The marketing campaign grew to become a subject of dialog on our boards. “The one factor that makes it pop are the colour frames. This man killed Louis Vuitton,” declared Srdjan.

“R.I.P. style images,” added an underwhelmed Ed...

“One other terrible marketing campaign by Louis Vuitton as anticipated. I can barely even keep in mind the final time they did one thing good,” Nomar chimed in.

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However not everybody was disenchanted. “Higher than Collier Snore, the forged could be very a lot to my liking, Stacy Martin and Sora Choi may promote me something. The garments look good. Not astounding or something, however I anticipated a lot worse,” admitted YohjiAddict.

“Extra life in these photographs than any picture Collier ever created for the model,” agreed grimm.

“Thank god it’s not Collier Schorr!” proclaimed Lola701. “It’s virtually embarrassing to see that that is higher than Collier Schorr! It’s easy business style images. Nothing fallacious with that.”

Additionally pleasantly stunned was kenndale: “I don’t hate this. Everybody appears to be like nice.”

Louis Vuitton F/W 2020.21 by Nicolas Ghesquière


See Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2020 marketing campaign in full and share your ideas right here.


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