D&G Spring 2011 Campaign Preview | Julia, Keke & Maria by Mario Testino

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published January 5, 2011

The spring 2011 campaign from D&G follows the collections floral theme with summer time shoot lensed by Mario Testino and starring Julia Turenkova, Keke Lindgard and Mariana Idkowska. (TFS & Modelwerk)


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15 thoughts on “D&G Spring 2011 Campaign Preview | Julia, Keke & Maria by Mario Testino”

  1. I think it looks and feels kind of cheap for a brand like this.Could be in H&M advertisement or something 🙂

    • I don’t think it looks cheap. I think they’re beautiful, floral prints are often a failure but I think they really captured the sense of summer & youth here.

    • I don’t think it looks cheap. I think they’re beautiful, floral prints are often a failure but I think they really captured the sense of summer & youth here.

  2. I can see why it can be considered commercial or JC Penney catalogue material, but keep in mind that D&G is a young and kinda upbeat brand. Their ads sell that idea quite well. I never expect Avant Garde from D&G, therefore this is not too bad. Fall 2010 was far more commercial looking. It almost looked like a toothpaste commercial.

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