Sisley Fall 2010 Campaign | Ashley Smith by Terry Richardson

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 21, 2010

Terry Richardson returns to shoot the fall 2010 campaign from Sisley after a couple seasons off. Adding a dash of scandalous fun set at the local grocery, the advertisements star Ashley Smith and Tyler Riggs.







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16 thoughts on “Sisley Fall 2010 Campaign | Ashley Smith by Terry Richardson”

  1. i knew it wouldn't be long before terry had his talons on ashley smith- and i'm not surprised he got her doing THAT already.

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  2. i knew it wouldn't be long before terry had his talons on ashley smith- and i'm not surprised he got her doing THAT already.

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  3. Ditto, Ghouldilocks. This isn't even clever or new. It's been done and I don't understand why Sisley would go this way for an ad campaign. Doesn't seem to speak to their audience at all.

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  4. Ditto, Ghouldilocks. This isn't even clever or new. It's been done and I don't understand why Sisley would go this way for an ad campaign. Doesn't seem to speak to their audience at all.

    Reply

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