Tati Cotliar for Bimba & Lola Fall 2011 Campaign by Xevi Mutané

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 28, 2011

’50s CollageTati Cotliar serves as the face of Bimba & Lola’s fall 2011 campaign donning the collection’s mix of 1950’s elegance with rockabilly appeal. Photographed by Xevi Mutané, Tati stars in scrapbook style images with an attitude of youthful rebellion.




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13 thoughts on “Tati Cotliar for Bimba & Lola Fall 2011 Campaign by Xevi Mutané”

  1. I like the collaging, but the typeface is horrible!!  The font makes the whole ad look cheap.

  2. The “scrapbook effect” was done so poorly. Looks like a middle school project instead of an ad campaign.

  3. The “scrapbook effect” was done so poorly. Looks like a middle school project instead of an ad campaign.

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