Jil Sander Spring 2011 Campaign | Daria Strokous by Willy Vanderperre

After a runway show of mass proportions and bright colors, the spring 2011 campaign from Jil Sander once again enlists Willy Vanderperre to a shoot a campaign that uses lighting to its advantage. Featuring Daria Strokous, the advertisements place focus on the collection’s striped accessories and bold palette.




28 Responses to “Jil Sander Spring 2011 Campaign | Daria Strokous by Willy Vanderperre”

  1. Really like it. I wish I could see those beautiful voluminous skirts standing up though.

  2. I’m liking the half head look. But do agree it just looks like fabric not clothing.

  3. I’m liking the half head look. But do agree it just looks like fabric not clothing.

  4. It was a terrible, unflattering collection, but these ads are quite amazing. Different from anything i’ve seen so far. MUCH MORE superior than Miranda Kerr ones.

  5. It was a terrible, unflattering collection, but these ads are quite amazing. Different from anything i’ve seen so far. MUCH MORE superior than Miranda Kerr ones.

  6. What a gorgeous campaign. A little 80s in its color look, but the watercolor fantasy looks beautiful.

  7. Gwendolyn Dot Reply

    I love this campaign, though I wish there were an ad where she was standing up so we could see the clothes better. I love the half-head!

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