Louis Vuitton Spring 2010 Campaign | Lara Stone by Steven Meisel

Luxury brand Louis Vuitton taps one of fashion’s biggest names, Lara Stone, for their spring-summer campaign. With Steven Meisel behind the camera and Marie-Amelie Sauve as creative director, the four image campaign gets in touch with nature as Lara lays in the grass wearing the label’s hippie chic collection.

56 Responses to “Louis Vuitton Spring 2010 Campaign | Lara Stone by Steven Meisel”

  1. I like the clothing/ bags & I like the model. The pictures are blah, same with background.

  2. I like the clothing/ bags & I like the model. The pictures are blah, same with background.

  3. I like the clothing/ bags & I like the model. The pictures are blah, same with background.

  4. I love how comfortable she looks.
    I really like them, they bring out a meaning to the clothes, the only thing that bothers me is how similar they all the shots are.

  5. I love how comfortable she looks.
    I really like them, they bring out a meaning to the clothes, the only thing that bothers me is how similar they all the shots are.

  6. I love how comfortable she looks.
    I really like them, they bring out a meaning to the clothes, the only thing that bothers me is how similar they all the shots are.

  7. the catwalk was much more interesting than this…it looks kind of random and low budget

  8. the catwalk was much more interesting than this…it looks kind of random and low budget

  9. the catwalk was much more interesting than this…it looks kind of random and low budget

  10. Yeah I refer to these as Meisels "hangover" shoots. As as if he's been on a bender all night and he's just like.. "yeah whatever, let's get his done".

  11. Yeah I refer to these as Meisels "hangover" shoots. As as if he's been on a bender all night and he's just like.. "yeah whatever, let's get his done".

  12. Yeah I refer to these as Meisels "hangover" shoots. As as if he's been on a bender all night and he's just like.. "yeah whatever, let's get his done".

  13. I dunno… I actually think a couple of them are great. But I agree you lose the patterns in the background. However I can't stand LV clothes so I am more imterested in Lara and Meisel so it doesn't bother me. See the pictures in the mag no way does she look dirty from those shadows, what a ridiculous thing to say.

  14. I dunno… I actually think a couple of them are great. But I agree you lose the patterns in the background. However I can't stand LV clothes so I am more imterested in Lara and Meisel so it doesn't bother me. See the pictures in the mag no way does she look dirty from those shadows, what a ridiculous thing to say.

  15. I dunno… I actually think a couple of them are great. But I agree you lose the patterns in the background. However I can't stand LV clothes so I am more imterested in Lara and Meisel so it doesn't bother me. See the pictures in the mag no way does she look dirty from those shadows, what a ridiculous thing to say.

  16. I dunno… I actually think a couple of them are great. But I agree you lose the patterns in the background. However I can't stand LV clothes so I am more imterested in Lara and Meisel so it doesn't bother me. See the pictures in the mag no way does she look dirty from those shadows, what a ridiculous thing to say.

  17. The shots aren’t interesting. You look at the first shot and it’s repeated in the rest of the series. Also, if you are a Photographer like me you’ll notice there are a few editing glitches. For example the birds have been cloned in the same shots but in different places, which suggests they weren’t in the shots and just added afterward in editing. Fair enough, this type of thing happens all the time in photography but don’t make it obvious! One of the birds has 2 eyes on the right side of its face, which means it’s been pasted or “cloned” accidentally as an extra layer. *shakes head*

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