Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 Campaign by Steven Meisel (Preview)

Fall Beginnings – Kicking off the fall campaign rush, Louis Vuitton taps Steven Meisel for a slightly reserved take on the autumn collection. Starring Zuzanna Bijoch, Gertrud Hegelund, Daphne Groeneveld and Anais Pouliot with canine companions, classic cars and fetish themed fashion combine. (WWD)

28 Responses to “Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 Campaign by Steven Meisel (Preview)”

  1. anonymous Reply

     I like that they kept the styling from the show, have to see more to fully judge though. 

  2. anonymous Reply

     I like that they kept the styling from the show, have to see more to fully judge though. 

  3. anonymous Reply

     I like that they kept the styling from the show, have to see more to fully judge though. 

  4. Looks promising… Can’t wait to see the full campaign. But really DON”T like Anais’ eye makeup in the main photo.

  5. Looks promising… Can’t wait to see the full campaign. But really DON”T like Anais’ eye makeup in the main photo.

  6. Looks promising… Can’t wait to see the full campaign. But really DON”T like Anais’ eye makeup in the main photo.

  7. FeiFei better slay this and seal the deal !! :) I believe the other Anais(black one) is in this campaign too; excited for her! 

  8. FeiFei better slay this and seal the deal !! :) I believe the other Anais(black one) is in this campaign too; excited for her! 

  9. anonymous Reply

    Zuzanna is one of my favorites right now, as is Anais!  These look very, very promising.  Can’t wait to see Fei Fei in these as well.

  10. anonymous Reply

    Zuzanna is one of my favorites right now, as is Anais!  These look very, very promising.  Can’t wait to see Fei Fei in these as well.

  11.  The collection was pretty bad and the clothes were very unflattering but they look great in these photos… I am impressed

  12.  The collection was pretty bad and the clothes were very unflattering but they look great in these photos… I am impressed

  13.  The collection was pretty bad and the clothes were very unflattering but they look great in these photos… I am impressed

  14. anonymous Reply

     i already saw ‘the night porter’ and found that the clothes in it were much better.  the stupid hats are much too obvious a reference.  in fact, marc has turned a painful and haunting movie into a trite and contrived collection.  pass on this.

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