Lily Donaldson for Aldo Spring 2011 Campaign by Terry Richardson

Life’s a BeachAldo’s spring 2011 campaign enlists Terry Richardson once again for a fun and vibrant campaign filled with oversize props, bold colors and top models. Starring Lily Donaldson and Sean O’Pry as two beach loving stunners, the quirky advertisements are another hit for the footwear label.









20 Responses to “Lily Donaldson for Aldo Spring 2011 Campaign by Terry Richardson”

  1. This is the first Terry spread I’ve liked. His style actually fits with the campaign’s aesthetic, whereas I’ve felt in other editorials he has forced his style onto a shoot instead of broadening his photographic skill set. And I’m stoked not to see any boobs. I suppose that’s what a commercial campaign will do for you! Don’t get me wrong, I’m a fan of nudity. But the same way Terry forces his style on shoots, he too often forces nudity, too. In fact, I always associated nudity with his style. That’s not a reputation that a photographer should have. Adaptability, people!

    • Kendallywendally Reply

      He still managed to fit in a few headless women, so the roaring sexism is still there :/

    • Kendallywendally Reply

      He still managed to fit in a few headless women, so the roaring sexism is still there :/

    • patrycjas Reply

      see Terry, you don’t have to strip every girl and make her look like a cheap whore!

    • patrycjas Reply

      see Terry, you don’t have to strip every girl and make her look like a cheap whore!

  2. Vivian Charles Reply

    I am DYING for the white and red striped sweatshirt the male model is sporting! I neeeeed to know where I can get it!

  3. Anonymous Reply

    I like it. I want to own every single shoe, therefore this ad did its job.

  4. I like it! Except for some of the shots with white background, you can see the choppy clone stamp mark on the white bgd.

  5. I like it! Except for some of the shots with white background, you can see the choppy clone stamp mark on the white bgd.

  6. I like it! Except for some of the shots with white background, you can see the choppy clone stamp mark on the white bgd.

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