Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel

July 1, 2010

Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel

Despite being a campaign of many models, the absolute standout of Prada’s fall advertisements is Angela Lindvall. Surrounded by the moody crowd of Daria Strokous, Valerija Kelava, Miranda Kerr and others, Angela sings her heart out in front of Steven Meisel’s lens as she dons the brand’s kitsch dresses and accessories.

Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel
Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel

63 thoughts on “Prada Fall 2010 Campaign | Angela Lindvall & Miranda Kerr by Steven Meisel”

  1. I get they were going for a mood, but what's the point if every shot is so completely distracting. Do the bags have to be so prominently in the foreground that the clothes seem completely secondary. But more importantly, it looks like all the couples were shot separately and photoshopped together. Right? Am I crazy?

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    • re: the couples, I see that too and it is what bothers me the most about this campaign. The bags look to me as if they were also shot seperately. I suppose the idea was to create depth but instead it all just looks pasted together, ruining any attempt at atmosphere. How disappointing.

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    • re: the couples, I see that too and it is what bothers me the most about this campaign. The bags look to me as if they were also shot seperately. I suppose the idea was to create depth but instead it all just looks pasted together, ruining any attempt at atmosphere. How disappointing.

      Reply
  2. I get they were going for a mood, but what's the point if every shot is so completely distracting. Do the bags have to be so prominently in the foreground that the clothes seem completely secondary. But more importantly, it looks like all the couples were shot separately and photoshopped together. Right? Am I crazy?

    Reply
    • re: the couples, I see that too and it is what bothers me the most about this campaign. The bags look to me as if they were also shot seperately. I suppose the idea was to create depth but instead it all just looks pasted together, ruining any attempt at atmosphere. How disappointing.

      Reply
  3. Miranda Kerr has never stroked me as editorial material. This shoot kind of clarifies it for me.

    The lighting and set up is pretty amazing.

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  4. Miranda Kerr has never stroked me as editorial material. This shoot kind of clarifies it for me.

    The lighting and set up is pretty amazing.

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  5. Miranda Kerr has never stroked me as editorial material. This shoot kind of clarifies it for me.

    The lighting and set up is pretty amazing.

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  6. Miranda Kerr is completely invisible. She's not even TRYING. She fails as an editorial model. Its just a sad waste, really.
    She should go back to Teen Vogue + VS.

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  7. Miranda Kerr is completely invisible. She's not even TRYING. She fails as an editorial model. Its just a sad waste, really.
    She should go back to Teen Vogue + VS.

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  8. Miranda Kerr is completely invisible. She's not even TRYING. She fails as an editorial model. Its just a sad waste, really.
    She should go back to Teen Vogue + VS.

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  9. dont like miranda here she's not prada material for me
    agree is very distracting i dont even know what to look at here, beautiful clothes and valerija!

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  10. dont like miranda here she's not prada material for me
    agree is very distracting i dont even know what to look at here, beautiful clothes and valerija!

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  11. dont like miranda here she's not prada material for me
    agree is very distracting i dont even know what to look at here, beautiful clothes and valerija!

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  12. These are pretty weirdly shot. I know that this is the typical Prada style of photography, yet just something…ugh, I don’t know. With these clothes, and the setting, and the intended mood, and just…everything about the concept, the lighting and all-over sharpness and color scheme is just WRONG. Speaking on purely aesthetic terms, this really bothers me. It’s all so fake, and not in a conceptually interesting way, in a cheap way that doesn’t seem intentional.

    On the other hand, Clement Chaubernaud is fine as hell.

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  13. These are pretty weirdly shot. I know that this is the typical Prada style of photography, yet just something…ugh, I don’t know. With these clothes, and the setting, and the intended mood, and just…everything about the concept, the lighting and all-over sharpness and color scheme is just WRONG. Speaking on purely aesthetic terms, this really bothers me. It’s all so fake, and not in a conceptually interesting way, in a cheap way that doesn’t seem intentional.

    On the other hand, Clement Chaubernaud is fine as hell.

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  14. These are pretty weirdly shot. I know that this is the typical Prada style of photography, yet just something…ugh, I don’t know. With these clothes, and the setting, and the intended mood, and just…everything about the concept, the lighting and all-over sharpness and color scheme is just WRONG. Speaking on purely aesthetic terms, this really bothers me. It’s all so fake, and not in a conceptually interesting way, in a cheap way that doesn’t seem intentional.

    On the other hand, Clement Chaubernaud is fine as hell.

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  15. The whole concept seems really awkward. The 50s/60s housewife inspired clothes with a beatnik underground scene? So wrong.
    Plus the photoshopping and colour tone make it very stiff and forced – and not in a quirky or ironic way.

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  16. The whole concept seems really awkward. The 50s/60s housewife inspired clothes with a beatnik underground scene? So wrong.
    Plus the photoshopping and colour tone make it very stiff and forced – and not in a quirky or ironic way.

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  17. The whole concept seems really awkward. The 50s/60s housewife inspired clothes with a beatnik underground scene? So wrong.
    Plus the photoshopping and colour tone make it very stiff and forced – and not in a quirky or ironic way.

    Reply
  18. i really do not like this. i get where they are trying to go for but i just dont feel it. i dont feel the mood at all

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  19. i really do not like this. i get where they are trying to go for but i just dont feel it. i dont feel the mood at all

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  20. i really do not like this. i get where they are trying to go for but i just dont feel it. i dont feel the mood at all

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