Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus

July 20, 2010

Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus

Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the fall campaign from Roberto Cavalli goes big with supermodel Gisele Bundchen starring as the face of the Italian label’s recent collection. Decked from head to toe in lush animal prints, fur and decorative patterns, Gisele is on fire in the five image campaign shot by Mert & Marcus.

Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus
Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus
Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus
Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus
Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus

45 thoughts on “Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010 Campaign | Gisele Bundchen by Mert & Marcus”

  1. she is so powerful and just SCREAMS supermodel to me in most of her photos (especially cmapaign ones!) well done Gisele. M&M know how to photograph her really good. stunning face! not used to seeing her with the bleached brow either, lol. of course she pulls it off .

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  2. she is so powerful and just SCREAMS supermodel to me in most of her photos (especially cmapaign ones!) well done Gisele. M&M know how to photograph her really good. stunning face! not used to seeing her with the bleached brow either, lol. of course she pulls it off .

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  3. she is so powerful and just SCREAMS supermodel to me in most of her photos (especially cmapaign ones!) well done Gisele. M&M know how to photograph her really good. stunning face! not used to seeing her with the bleached brow either, lol. of course she pulls it off .

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  4. The artist who made this mannequin of Giselle did an amazing job. So lifelike. Though I would say that the shot where she has both hands on the waist needs more detail in the arms. At a glance it looks just like any typical mannequin one finds in any average store at a mall. But I'm regressing. Regardless, the face is amazingly exact in reproduction. It's on par with the best creations at Madame Tussauds. Too bad he's not credited in the campaign.

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  5. The artist who made this mannequin of Giselle did an amazing job. So lifelike. Though I would say that the shot where she has both hands on the waist needs more detail in the arms. At a glance it looks just like any typical mannequin one finds in any average store at a mall. But I'm regressing. Regardless, the face is amazingly exact in reproduction. It's on par with the best creations at Madame Tussauds. Too bad he's not credited in the campaign.

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  6. The artist who made this mannequin of Giselle did an amazing job. So lifelike. Though I would say that the shot where she has both hands on the waist needs more detail in the arms. At a glance it looks just like any typical mannequin one finds in any average store at a mall. But I'm regressing. Regardless, the face is amazingly exact in reproduction. It's on par with the best creations at Madame Tussauds. Too bad he's not credited in the campaign.

    Reply

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