Lanvin Fall 2011 Campaign | Raquel Zimmermann & Karen Elson by Steven Meisel

Dancing QueensLanvin’s fall 2011 campaign has top models Raquel Zimmermann and Karen Elson showing off some cool moves with the season’s bewitching silhouettes and elegant accessories. Photographed by Steven Meisel, Raquel and Karen do hair flips and shimmy in Alber Elbaz’s lady-like designs. / View the must-see campaign video under the cut




43 Responses to “Lanvin Fall 2011 Campaign | Raquel Zimmermann & Karen Elson by Steven Meisel”

  1. My god how unsexy is Raquel. It was like watching an elephant trying to dance. The girl can’t move…

    • I think it’s hilarious how serious Raquel is trying to be while dancing. ¬†And yes, Guest, Karen isn’t that much better, but at least she looks so cute whenever she laughs or smiles- you can tell she has fun with it.

    • Contrary to popular belief, they are models not ballerinas. ūüėČ They need to know how to make shots look unforgettable, not how to dance and they are doing their job amazingly.

    • This is in reply to¬†http://streetfashionsydney.blogspot.com/2011/08/fall-of-rome-fashion-follows-it-didnt.html
      Sometimes the idea can’t be realized with using a still camera. The whole point of this campaign is to capture an odd, funny, and natural moment. With stills it would feel forced in this type of shoot. The video is fun and to keep the same mood stills were pulled. Don’t get too wrapped up on the technical things and just feel the picture.¬†
      ¬†¬†And yes sometimes there isn’t an unlimited budget so you have to find the best solution to the problem. Look at this season’s campaigns. Are any of them really memorable? At least we’re talking about this one, so I guess it succeeded.

  2. The dancing’s not so good, and that’s what makes it so great, esp everything else’s all so fab.

  3. Fun! I think its supposed to look like those WII dancing games…we are the tv and that is why they look slightly uncomfortable and serious, they are just trying to follow the moves. I love Albert at the end just pushing the guys aside like a little brother wanting to take over!

  4. Fun! I think its supposed to look like those WII dancing games…we are the tv and that is why they look slightly uncomfortable and serious, they are just trying to follow the moves. I love Albert at the end just pushing the guys aside like a little brother wanting to take over!

  5. haha, love it!!! Let’s not take high fashion that seriously~~Let’s have fun~

    • Yep~ Thought it was copying the Wii game. But you are right, it’s Dance Central:)¬†

  6. Great campaign! I love Lanvin so much!

    XoXoPlamihttp://fashion-thrill.blogspot.com/

  7. This is my favorite campaign of the season! Amazing! Everything worked!

  8. I liked the pictures but the video is AMAZING! Why can’t more campaigns look like this: Fun?!?

  9. I liked the pictures but the video is AMAZING! Why can’t more campaigns look like this: Fun?!?

  10. AMAZING. ¬†brilliantly done and so fabulously tongue in cheek. ¬†Seems the creative director’s vision was a success. ¬†To see so many people comment on this whether you think it’s good or bad EVERYONE is talking about it. ¬†

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  12. Miloinredfern Reply

    The first ‘fashion video’ I’ve seen that doesn’t make me want to throw up.

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