Miu Miu Fall 2011 Campaign | Hailee Steinfeld by Bruce Weber

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published June 29, 2011

Miu Miu Moment – Delighting in the outdoor setting, rising star Hailee Steinfeld poses for Miu Miu’s fall 2011 advertisements with a mix of sophistication and innocence. Photographed by Bruce Weber, the autumn collection’s retro silhouettes and whimsical prints shine against the rural scenery.















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52 thoughts on “Miu Miu Fall 2011 Campaign | Hailee Steinfeld by Bruce Weber”

  1. Based on the first shot that was released, I thought I would like this, but most of the shots look like outtakes or behind the scenes shots. I’m very disappointed. 

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  2. Based on the first shot that was released, I thought I would like this, but most of the shots look like outtakes or behind the scenes shots. I’m very disappointed. 

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  3. Very, very cute.  Miu Miu is targeted towards a younger audience, so I feel that the vibe of a young lady sort of playing dress-up is intentional, I think it’s fun.  In any case I dig the 40’s influence on the clothes, it’s one of my favorite eras and I don’t think we see enough of it.

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  4. Very, very cute.  Miu Miu is targeted towards a younger audience, so I feel that the vibe of a young lady sort of playing dress-up is intentional, I think it’s fun.  In any case I dig the 40’s influence on the clothes, it’s one of my favorite eras and I don’t think we see enough of it.

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  5. the model do not coresspond with the ‘clientelle’. i felt like looking at a baby.
    loving some of the pieces. but that’s about it.

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  6. Scratching/picking at her eye, eating pizza, out of focus shots…I don’t know.  I think if it were set at a garage sale I might have liked it more, since for some reason that’s the feeling I got.

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  7. Scratching/picking at her eye, eating pizza, out of focus shots…I don’t know.  I think if it were set at a garage sale I might have liked it more, since for some reason that’s the feeling I got.

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  8. Scratching/picking at her eye, eating pizza, out of focus shots…I don’t know.  I think if it were set at a garage sale I might have liked it more, since for some reason that’s the feeling I got.

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  9. Scratching/picking at her eye, eating pizza, out of focus shots…I don’t know.  I think if it were set at a garage sale I might have liked it more, since for some reason that’s the feeling I got.

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  10. Scratching/picking at her eye, eating pizza, out of focus shots…I don’t know.  I think if it were set at a garage sale I might have liked it more, since for some reason that’s the feeling I got.

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  11. Scratching/picking at her eye, eating pizza, out of focus shots…I don’t know.  I think if it were set at a garage sale I might have liked it more, since for some reason that’s the feeling I got.

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  12. i actually really like the pictures. I just wish i didn’t know the model. Most models are really young but since i don’t know I don’t think of them as teenagers. With Hailey I do. Campaigns sell dreams, but I don’t dream about wanting to dress the same as a 14 year old.

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  13. she is too young for this but most of all I am just so sick of watching celebities, I want models to model.

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  14. she is too young for this but most of all I am just so sick of watching celebities, I want models to model.

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  15. I don’t even mind her modeling, I think her youth is kind of a cute take on the Miu Miu image. But I feel like these shots are just *too* amateur. I understand that’s the purpose, but it really doesn’t do anything for me. In many of these I find myself wanting better shots of the clothes and accessories…

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  16. What kills me are the “She’s too young” comments. 
    How old are a lot of these models when they start out? Some of them are the same age or around the same age as she is.
    I think the campaign is great

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  17. What kills me are the “She’s too young” comments. 
    How old are a lot of these models when they start out? Some of them are the same age or around the same age as she is.
    I think the campaign is great

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  18. What kills me are the “She’s too young” comments. 
    How old are a lot of these models when they start out? Some of them are the same age or around the same age as she is.
    I think the campaign is great

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