Blumarine Spring 2011 Campaign | Edita Vilkeviciute & Magdalena Frackowiak by Terry Richardson

Enlisting Terry Richardson to shoot a sexy and somewhat even raunchy campaign, Blumarine takes Edita Vilkeviciute and Magdalena Frackowiak on a sizzling night adventure for spring 2011. Wearing the label’s signature animal prints and seventies inspired silhouettes, Edita and Magdalena take the night in the smoldering advertisements.










41 Responses to “Blumarine Spring 2011 Campaign | Edita Vilkeviciute & Magdalena Frackowiak by Terry Richardson”

  1. Its not even Terry at this point. Entire Blumarine collection is a tackfest of epic proportions. You CANNOT make those dresses look classy, no matter the photographer. Everything about this is very porno. The hair, makeup, poses, dresses….and please tell me if anyone ANYWHERE has ever witnessed a baby blue cheetah???

  2. Veronicabcn1990 Reply

    god, is really anyone going to pay hundreds for any of those garments? you can get better things for 1 euro in a market…

  3. Veronicabcn1990 Reply

    god, is really anyone going to pay hundreds for any of those garments? you can get better things for 1 euro in a market…

    • yeah. that’s true. She looks sexy. Almost like a slut. Anybody else could have take those picture. anybody who like pornography

  4. It’s trying too hard, it’s a tacky joke. Edita and Magda are beautiful, but so what? They still look ridiculous here.

  5. It’s trying too hard, it’s a tacky joke. Edita and Magda are beautiful, but so what? They still look ridiculous here.

  6. I wished on 1-11-11 11:11 that Terry Richardson would never work again. Still hoping that this will come true. Sexual deviants who exploit underage girls should be banned from going near the fashion industry.

  7. God, what a conservatism in here, this whole session is a joke made you people talk about it

    • We’re talking about it and it’s still shitty and not adding anything to the fashion industry.

    • We’re talking about it and it’s still shitty and not adding anything to the fashion industry.

    • Has NOTHING to do with conservatism. You are clueless to what that word even means. Its called criticism, and unanimous vote appears to be that this ad SUCKS!

    • Has NOTHING to do with conservatism. You are clueless to what that word even means. Its called criticism, and unanimous vote appears to be that this ad SUCKS!

    • Has NOTHING to do with conservatism. You are clueless to what that word even means. Its called criticism, and unanimous vote appears to be that this ad SUCKS!

  8. yes as soon as i saw this i was like why is this in the boom boom room? has no relation to the collection..and the girls who there wouldnt wear that either

  9. yes as soon as i saw this i was like why is this in the boom boom room? has no relation to the collection..and the girls who there wouldnt wear that either

  10. I don’t see Blumarine sold in stores so I never thought of the label as tacky but after these photos and reading some of the comments I understand it more. This is like… worse than Bebe or Judy’s.

  11. Fashionchic Nyc Reply

    Clearly none of the people commenting on the ad campaign for Blumarine GET IT. Fashion is supposed to be fun and the ads are purposely styled to make an impact and if anyone doesn’t get that go back to Gap and buy some crap.

  12. Isabelle Reply

    oh!!!! whoever styled it needs to be removed from Fashion industry ASAP!!!!! poor girls they look terrible,TACKY!!!!

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