Ashley Smith Fronts For Love & Lemons' Spring 2013 Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth


Published January 17, 2013


Updated April 17, 2017

About a Girl – Los Angeles-based label For Love & Lemons taps Ashley Smith for its spring 2013 campaign, showcasing a collection inspired by the seventies. Designed by Gillian Mahin and Laura Hall, the collection brings to mind youthful femininity with its lightweight dresses and pastel hues. Ashley evokes a carefree spirit in images captured by Zoey Grossman with styling by Ashley Glorioso. / Hair by Ashley Rose, Makeup by Samuel Paul

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14 thoughts on “Ashley Smith Fronts For Love & Lemons' Spring 2013 Campaign”

  1. I never visit your site anymore due to the stupid ad that chases me up and down the page. Hope you track your traffic and see its tapering off due to how annoying it is.

  2. Every time I see the phrase “inspired by” I translate it as I have no idea what to do so lets take somebodies work. This shoot screams it.

  3. The only thing that bothers me about this is the switch back and forth between what appears to be natural light and on-camera flash. It’s completely contradictory for me. I love all the images though, just not for one campaign.

  4. Some times I wish they just photograph the clothes normally so I can properly judge if I would wear them or not. Why is she lifting her dress showing her ugly frumpy white underwear?

  5. Lynzi, the switch back and forth between what appears to be natural light and on-camera flash is not the only thing that would bother us.

    What really bother me is the fact that this photographer is “copying” a real fashion photographer called Camilla Akrans. Google her and you will see how ripped off these images are.

    That’s why the direction SUCKS, the lighting SUCKS, the mood SUCKS because she doesn’t have a style developed yet. So she have to go for inspiration and ideas to another photographer. Very lame!


    Hey Grossman get a life of your own!

    • How is this a copy of Camilla Akrans?
      Camilla’s work is a lot more stylised, and retouched, and this work is far from it.
      If anything it’s inspired by Juergen Teller, but again who cares? You can’t own the flash on camera style, so many good photographers do it, and good luck trying to own a style that has never been done before.


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