Home 2010 Year in Review | Spring/Summer 2010 Campaigns
With spring 2011 campaigns surfacing this month, it only seems fitting to take a look back at some of the most notable campaigns from the 2010 season for our latest installment of Year in Review. From Alexander McQueen to Valentino, it was an interesting campaign season that gave us fantasy, glamour and full blown fashion!
FENDI SPRING: The Fendi campaign took Anja Rubik back to nature lensed by Karl Lagerfeld
TANNED BEAUTY: Roberto Cavalli featured ultra-tanned beauties of Carolyn Murphy and Isabeli Fontana in a bedroom setting, photo by Steven Meisel
POOL RELAXATION: Gucci took to the pool for its spring campaign starring Natasha Poly and photographed by Mert & Marcus
TANGLED UP: Raquel Zimmermann was caught up in a gaggle of snakes for the spring campaign from Alexander McQueen, photo by Nick Knight
NEUTRAL BEAUTY: Speaking of Raquel, the Brazilian stunner also starred in Chloe’s advertisements shot by Mario Sorrenti
LIKE A FAIRYTALE: Photographed by Paolo Roversi, Karlie Kloss took on the roles of Cinderella, the Little Mermaid and more for the spring campaign of Hermes
DARK SPRING: Lensed by Mert & Marcus, Lindsey Wixson made her first major campaign debut for the spring 2010 collection from Miu Miu
LIKE A KID: The Mulberry campaign was inspired by child-like carousels starring Sasha Pivovarova and Viktoriya Sasonkina lensed by Steven Meisel
ON THE BLOCK: Yves Saint Laurent gave a lesson in color blocking with its spring campaign starring Natalia Vodianova, photo by Inez & Vinoodh
LESS IS MORE: Prada’s spring campaign was very simple–one model (Rasa Zukauskaite) in the studio shot by Steven Meisel, but it still managed to be a major hit
TAKE IT OFF: Carolyn Murphy played seductress for Tom Ford’s eyewear advertisements alongside actor Nicholas Hoult
COLOR ME BAD: Valentino’s spring campaign starred a pink haired Dree Hemingway in dark photographs shot by Mert & Marcus
Those were just twelve campaigns from the spring season. Which were your favorites? Can you think of other notable advertisements? Comment below!