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Garance Doré for Moschino

Garance Doré has brought her inimitable line of street style photography to Moschino‘s F/W 2010 campaign imagery. I love her stuff; I love the paparazzi-style photography, I love that it’s not all glossy backdrops and blown-out hair. I realise that campaign …

Tue, Jul 20, 2010, 10:30

   

Garance Doré has brought her inimitable line of street style photography to Moschino‘s F/W 2010 campaign imagery.

I love her stuff; I love the paparazzi-style photography, I love that it’s not all glossy backdrops and blown-out hair. I realise that campaign images, regardless of the style, are going to be highly stylised and edited in post-production, but I appreciate a little realism with my advertising campaigns, and I think this kind of advertising makes it much easier to see how these items could be worn in the real world (should you be someone who both lives in the real world and buys Moschino).

What do you think? Do you prefer your advertising campaigns in high gloss?

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