Emporio Armani Fall 2010 Campaign | Karmen Pedaru by Mario Sorrenti

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 24, 2010

Photographer Mario Sorrenti takes to the streets of New York for the fall campaign from Emporio Armani. With equal parts of glamour and mystery, the advertisements star Karmen Pedaru and Marlon Teixeira as they run through the unpredictable setting in the label’s monochromatic separates.














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44 thoughts on “Emporio Armani Fall 2010 Campaign | Karmen Pedaru by Mario Sorrenti”

  1. Seeing the skin looking like it wasn't severely photoshopped is quite refreshing. Almost every picture made me look forward to the next one.

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  2. Seeing the skin looking like it wasn't severely photoshopped is quite refreshing. Almost every picture made me look forward to the next one.

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  3. I love the comment about the skin, my sentiments exactly. I love seeing a little texture on the skin, keeps everything real amidst the other editing and awesome photography going on. I especially love the contrast of orange against the slate gray backdrop.

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  4. I love the comment about the skin, my sentiments exactly. I love seeing a little texture on the skin, keeps everything real amidst the other editing and awesome photography going on. I especially love the contrast of orange against the slate gray backdrop.

    Reply
  5. I love the comment about the skin, my sentiments exactly. I love seeing a little texture on the skin, keeps everything real amidst the other editing and awesome photography going on. I especially love the contrast of orange against the slate gray backdrop.

    Reply
  6. In agreement about the closeups, especially #4. I know it is difficult to take pictures of people wearing wristwatches, but that one looks comically forced…

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  7. In agreement about the closeups, especially #4. I know it is difficult to take pictures of people wearing wristwatches, but that one looks comically forced…

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  8. In agreement about the closeups, especially #4. I know it is difficult to take pictures of people wearing wristwatches, but that one looks comically forced…

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