Escada Fall 2010 Campaign | Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh

Milla Jovovich is the new face of Escada for the fall campaign season. Captured by Peter Lindbergh, the Ukrainian born American actress takes to theatre for a day of indulgence while exuding sophistication in the label’s mix of day and evening wear.

















68 Responses to “Escada Fall 2010 Campaign | Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh”

  1. Not good and Milla did a lousy job. Good idea, good clothes but the whole campaign is bad and Milla looks terrible.
    Peter is one of the best photographers out there what happened to him!!! couldn't he see how bad this is and Milla was no good?!

  2. Not good and Milla did a lousy job. Good idea, good clothes but the whole campaign is bad and Milla looks terrible.
    Peter is one of the best photographers out there what happened to him!!! couldn't he see how bad this is and Milla was no good?!

  3. Not good and Milla did a lousy job. Good idea, good clothes but the whole campaign is bad and Milla looks terrible.
    Peter is one of the best photographers out there what happened to him!!! couldn't he see how bad this is and Milla was no good?!

  4. non of the pics seem to work, everything feels off, from the makeup to the expression to the light..

  5. non of the pics seem to work, everything feels off, from the makeup to the expression to the light..

  6. non of the pics seem to work, everything feels off, from the makeup to the expression to the light..

  7. I wanted to see how a woman almost exactly my age and with a young child still has *IT*…but Milla looks weary here. Liked a tired, frustrated mom! Undereye shadows. Flat skin. Slack mouth. I was much happier with her recent appearances in the Ann Taylor spring campaign, and in Lucky Magazine. She can take gorgeous pictures, but someone wasn’t doing their job here.

    And I’m getting an uncomfortable early 80s vibe from the clothing shapes and colored satin, and the slick back hair.

  8. I wanted to see how a woman almost exactly my age and with a young child still has *IT*…but Milla looks weary here. Liked a tired, frustrated mom! Undereye shadows. Flat skin. Slack mouth. I was much happier with her recent appearances in the Ann Taylor spring campaign, and in Lucky Magazine. She can take gorgeous pictures, but someone wasn’t doing their job here.

    And I’m getting an uncomfortable early 80s vibe from the clothing shapes and colored satin, and the slick back hair.

  9. I wanted to see how a woman almost exactly my age and with a young child still has *IT*…but Milla looks weary here. Liked a tired, frustrated mom! Undereye shadows. Flat skin. Slack mouth. I was much happier with her recent appearances in the Ann Taylor spring campaign, and in Lucky Magazine. She can take gorgeous pictures, but someone wasn’t doing their job here.

    And I’m getting an uncomfortable early 80s vibe from the clothing shapes and colored satin, and the slick back hair.

  10. some of the images are good but not for the most part, she has the same expression on most of them, its an odd result for all the good elements present

  11. some of the images are good but not for the most part, she has the same expression on most of them, its an odd result for all the good elements present

  12. some of the images are good but not for the most part, she has the same expression on most of them, its an odd result for all the good elements present

  13. Didn't much care for the butch hair cut too 80's, but what is it with every single post it seems like ….someone just can't resist lighting is always off really? Thanks for that insight. How about something more than that tidbit. Explain WHY you don't like the lighting

  14. Didn't much care for the butch hair cut too 80's, but what is it with every single post it seems like ….someone just can't resist lighting is always off really? Thanks for that insight. How about something more than that tidbit. Explain WHY you don't like the lighting

  15. Didn't much care for the butch hair cut too 80's, but what is it with every single post it seems like ….someone just can't resist lighting is always off really? Thanks for that insight. How about something more than that tidbit. Explain WHY you don't like the lighting

  16. Was it really necessary for her to do the EXACT SAME THING with her face in EVERY picture?

    Gosh, so weak…

  17. Was it really necessary for her to do the EXACT SAME THING with her face in EVERY picture?

    Gosh, so weak…

  18. Was it really necessary for her to do the EXACT SAME THING with her face in EVERY picture?

    Gosh, so weak…

  19. this shoot proves that clients can force ANY photographer, even the best ones in the world, into producing ugly, commercial, expressionless crap.
    Peter, I LOVE what you do whan you are free to express yourself. Unfortunately, this client don't have 5% of your taste. Drop him!

  20. this shoot proves that clients can force ANY photographer, even the best ones in the world, into producing ugly, commercial, expressionless crap.
    Peter, I LOVE what you do whan you are free to express yourself. Unfortunately, this client don't have 5% of your taste. Drop him!

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