Lanvin Spring 2011 Campaign Preview | Iselin Steiro & Kinga Rajzak by Steven Meisel

Joanna Elizabeth


Published January 14, 2011

It looks like in the midst of the spring 2011 campaign season, we get to see a cat-fight in the form of Lanvin’s latest advertisements shot by Steven Meisel. Starring Iselin Steiro and Kinga Rajzak as a dueling duo, the girls fight over Lanvin’s wanted bags. (My Many Bags)

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23 thoughts on “Lanvin Spring 2011 Campaign Preview | Iselin Steiro & Kinga Rajzak by Steven Meisel”

  1. This is really great but why didn’t they choose one of the girls that closed the show ? Or Frida Gustavsson who worked a lot with them lately ? This is so unfair !

    • this is not unfair at all. frida, melodie, ajak, jeneil, ataui, and jourdan are all great, i agree, but for this campaign i think kinga and iselin were the better choice. they lend maturity and gravitas to the campaign; with younger models (like the show openers/closers) it would have risked looking frivolous.

  2. I enjoy the drama of this but at the same time I wish it were a little less in your face or a little softer. I love Kinga, Iselin and this collection though.


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