Tiah Eckhardt by Elvis Di Fazio for Wheels & Dollbaby Fall 2010 Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 28, 2010

Ejecting a bit of frivolity into their fall advertisements, Australian based Wheels & Dollbaby enlists photographer Elvis Di Fazio to photograph a loud and fun campaign starring Tiah Eckhardt. With hair styled by Dallas Dellaforce, the images provide a list of scenarios for the label’s glam collection of party dresses, bathing suits and casual wear.





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18 thoughts on “Tiah Eckhardt by Elvis Di Fazio for Wheels & Dollbaby Fall 2010 Campaign”

  1. They should have chosen one theme only, I like the first Lolita theme or the Cowgirl (Country) theme. I this case the multiple variations weren't all that great individually and dilutes the impact of the campaign. Just Sayin!

    Reply
    • valid point but I'm sure there testing the waters with this campaign. I do love the idea that each advert will suit the magazine it's published in though.

      it's kinda clever when you see it that way.

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    • valid point but I'm sure there testing the waters with this campaign. I do love the idea that each advert will suit the magazine it's published in though.

      it's kinda clever when you see it that way.

      Reply
  2. They should have chosen one theme only, I like the first Lolita theme or the Cowgirl (Country) theme. I this case the multiple variations weren't all that great individually and dilutes the impact of the campaign. Just Sayin!

    Reply
    • valid point but I'm sure there testing the waters with this campaign. I do love the idea that each advert will suit the magazine it's published in though.

      it's kinda clever when you see it that way.

      Reply
  3. HOTĀ HOTĀ HOT! Go Elvis, your on fire, so refreshing to see some more fun injected back into adverts! love that its modern but has that oldschool charm, perfect for wheels!

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  4. HOTĀ HOTĀ HOT! Go Elvis, your on fire, so refreshing to see some more fun injected back into adverts! love that its modern but has that oldschool charm, perfect for wheels!

    Reply
  5. HOTĀ HOTĀ HOT! Go Elvis, your on fire, so refreshing to see some more fun injected back into adverts! love that its modern but has that oldschool charm, perfect for wheels!

    Reply

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