Calvin Klein Jeans Spring 2010 Campaign | Emily DiDonato by Sebastian Kim & Fabien Baron

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 28, 2010

Known to push the limits, the latest Calvin Klein Jeans campaign continues with its sensual aesthetic, tapping Emily DiDonato as the face of their spring advertisements. The American beauty was photographed by Sebastian Kim for the accessories collection and by Fabien Baron for the jewelry campaign where she works up a sweat.

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17 thoughts on “Calvin Klein Jeans Spring 2010 Campaign | Emily DiDonato by Sebastian Kim & Fabien Baron”

  1. clothes are too photoshopped for me here… to me it looks as if the clothes and the rest of the pics have very different contrasts and dynamic range.. just look at the shadows.. don't like that look

  2. clothes are too photoshopped for me here… to me it looks as if the clothes and the rest of the pics have very different contrasts and dynamic range.. just look at the shadows.. don't like that look

  3. clothes are too photoshopped for me here… to me it looks as if the clothes and the rest of the pics have very different contrasts and dynamic range.. just look at the shadows.. don't like that look

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