Lanvin for H&M Fall 2010 Campaign by David Sims

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published November 2, 2010

After a series of previews, we finally have the full Lanvin for H&M campaign which features Natasha Poly, Hannelore Knuts and Tati Cotliar. Photographed by David Sims, the models wear a range of colorful and voluminous silhouettes. View the video here.





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21 thoughts on “Lanvin for H&M Fall 2010 Campaign by David Sims”

  1. The concept and shots are just incredible. Amazing.

    But to be perfectly honest I think the lighting and retouching treatment reflect the cheap price of H&M and I’m rather surprised that David Sims is responsible for it.

  2. The concept and shots are just incredible. Amazing.

    But to be perfectly honest I think the lighting and retouching treatment reflect the cheap price of H&M and I’m rather surprised that David Sims is responsible for it.

  3. crap! sorry so say, i love h&m and the clothes look great, but the whole idea and how it’s presented is just booring and non worthy for either lanvin or david sims,

  4. wow. this looks like his regular lanvin collection. looks like a resort collection. would be happy with just the packaging!

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