Hermès S/S ’10 Campaign Preview | Karlie Kloss by Paolo Roversi

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Published January 23, 2010


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63 thoughts on “Hermès S/S ’10 Campaign Preview | Karlie Kloss by Paolo Roversi”

  1. Are Paolo Roversi and Hermes employing the use of popular stories in their SS2010 campaign? The first ad was reminiscent of The Princess and The Pea and this one looks a lot like a modern Cinderella with her losing a shoe as she run down the stairs.

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  2. Are Paolo Roversi and Hermes employing the use of popular stories in their SS2010 campaign? The first ad was reminiscent of The Princess and The Pea and this one looks a lot like a modern Cinderella with her losing a shoe as she run down the stairs.

    Reply
  3. Are Paolo Roversi and Hermes employing the use of popular stories in their SS2010 campaign? The first ad was reminiscent of The Princess and The Pea and this one looks a lot like a modern Cinderella with her losing a shoe as she run down the stairs.

    Reply
  4. guys, the motto of the brand is hermes, la vie comme un conte. That can be translated as hermes, life as a story (in this case fairytales)

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  5. guys, the motto of the brand is hermes, la vie comme un conte. That can be translated as hermes, life as a story (in this case fairytales)

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  6. guys, the motto of the brand is hermes, la vie comme un conte. That can be translated as hermes, life as a story (in this case fairytales)

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  7. The first ad was much better, I couldn't take my eyes off of it. Now this one is more of an 'eh, so what?' Love the shoes though, of course 😀

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  8. The first ad was much better, I couldn't take my eyes off of it. Now this one is more of an 'eh, so what?' Love the shoes though, of course 😀

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  9. The first ad was much better, I couldn't take my eyes off of it. Now this one is more of an 'eh, so what?' Love the shoes though, of course 😀

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  10. Hermes has always had beautiful ads and this one is no exception. Conceptually, it's not brilliant but you can't deny the beauty of the execution and end-product.

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  11. Hermes has always had beautiful ads and this one is no exception. Conceptually, it's not brilliant but you can't deny the beauty of the execution and end-product.

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  12. Hermes has always had beautiful ads and this one is no exception. Conceptually, it's not brilliant but you can't deny the beauty of the execution and end-product.

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