Karmen Pedaru for Michael Kors Spring 2012 Campaign by Mario Testino

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On the SafariKarmen Pedaru and Simon Nessman play nature lovers for Michael Kors’ spring 2012 campaign. Joined by a tour guide and male model Armando Cabral, the duo soak in the sights with Kors’ safari inspired creations featuring animal prints, satchel bags and tawny jumpsuits styled by Brana Wolf.

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  • Timothy

    I generally like Michael Kors, but safari and especially this safari just isn’t doing for me one bit.   And Mario sure didn’t help things here (and I love him most of the time).

  • Anonymous

    HATE that Armando is in the back or cropped out on the side in all these shots. It’s pretty insulting that this collection and campaign is African inspired yet the only person of color is relegated to the background. What a waste of a great model and opportunity for truly stunning ads.

    • LoesWhite

      Could not agree with you more! Such a waste of his talents

  • http://fashionography.net FASHIONOGRAPHY

    I usually enjoy Kors ads.  

  • LoesWhite

    The airbrushing on this is really OTT in a bad way … Karmen’s eyes look terrifying.

  • Kris

    This looks a little deja vu. Haven’t we seen this before from Michael Kors? I wish they kept up with the “couple” pairing with at least some chemistry, like Carmen Kass and Noah Mills. 

  • Eric

    Karmen’s eyes are everything in this. So strong.

  • Erika

    Why Armando in the back? he should be the front since this african aspiring ad.