Barneys‘ stunning and elegant campaign is called “Brothers, Sisters, Sons and Daughters” and stars 17 transgender men and women photographed in black and white by Bruce Weber. More
Topic: ad campaigns
The problem with being the face of a fashion brand is that people make you wear clothes. Being the face of a makeup campaign is way better, because a person can model makeup while also being totally naked. More
If the music thing doesn’t work out, Lady Gaga could have an excellent career as a professional Donatella Versace impersonator. More
If this post is late, it is because I spent the last hour in front of the mirror trying to arch my eyebrows like Marion Cotillard in her new ads for Dior. More
We want that hair almost as much as we want that coat. More
This is about as much seventies glam as can be squeezed on a page. More
I don’t really like Marc Jacobs. There — I said it.
Oh, and here he is without clothes. More
Not you too, David Beckham! More
What headphones? More
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It’s beautifully shot and a great concept considering the image she’s portraying, but what doesn’t make sense is why the paparazzi is on the balcony with Mila Kunis as she appears to be waving for a cab. More
The new “Diet Dr. Pepper Is Manly” campaign has inspired quite a few responses significantly more intelligent and well-reasoned than it deserved. Luckily, it has an army of men with Facebook accounts to defend it. More
Oh look, Michael Kors has designed some men’s underwear. I think it’s nice underwear but it’s hard to tell, because watching the hard bodied male model canoodle with a naked lady is making me both turned on and confused. Are we to believe that this underwear will both help men to look more like gay porn stars, and get them laid by females? From your mouth to God’s ears, Michael Kors. Sigh! (NSFW-ish, though there’s no actual nudity.) More
Okay, maybe a slightly classier version of herself. More
Chameleon-like artist Cindy Sherman uses various dramatic self-portraits to interact with and comment on society. M.A.C. cosmetics sells makeup to people. According to some academic articles I just Googled up, Sherman’s work functions seamlessly and successfully within the economic framework of late capitalist society, so it’s not surprising at all that she’d accept an offer to partner with M.A.C. in creating (and modeling) several different color palettes. Here they are. More