Kenzo Fall 2011 Campaign | Aymeline Valade & Kasia Struss by Mario Sorrenti

Wild West - Joined by male model Clément Chabernaud, Aymeline Valade and Kasia Struss front Kenzo’s fall 2011 campaign photographed by Mario Sorrenti. With a frontier theme, Kasia looks dapper in an elegant menswear while Aymeline channels Frida Kahlo in Kenzo’s lavish take on a Mexican rebozo shawl.





source | Tarsha @ TFS

9 Responses to “Kenzo Fall 2011 Campaign | Aymeline Valade & Kasia Struss by Mario Sorrenti”

  1. Anonymous Reply

    I love Sorrenti’s work for Kenzo. It looks even better in print. 

    • That’s interesting I liked it much more on the catwalk! But then I think they look very very different, I didn’t even realise at first it was the same collection – completely different mood.

    • That’s interesting I liked it much more on the catwalk! But then I think they look very very different, I didn’t even realise at first it was the same collection – completely different mood.

  2. Anonymous Reply

    It certainly does look better in print, just not good enough. But the treatment (with the heavy fill and heavy clarity adjustment) I personally think makes the dresses and particularly the prints look muddy and messy.

    • I agree that it is overprocessed.  The concept, clothes, and models are good but…PHOTOSHOP OVERKILL.

    • I agree that it is overprocessed.  The concept, clothes, and models are good but…PHOTOSHOP OVERKILL.

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