Sasha Pivovarova, Joan Smalls & Hanaa Ben Abdesslem for Giambattista Valli for Macy’s “Impulse” Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 12, 2011

On the PulseMacy’s takes on it fourth designer collaboration for its Impulse line with Italian designer Giambattista Valli’s opulent style on full display. We have a look at the campaign images starring Sasha Pivovarova, Joan Smalls and Hanaa Ben Abdesslem in a fitting room setting. Bold colors, loud prints and voluminous shapes all define the new capsule collection with prices starting at fifty dollars.





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8 thoughts on “Sasha Pivovarova, Joan Smalls & Hanaa Ben Abdesslem for Giambattista Valli for Macy’s “Impulse” Campaign”

  1. I can’t stand how distant the models are, they seem to be posing for a different camera, and this pictures seem to be taken by an spectator to the photo shoot .

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