Valentino Fall 2010 Campaign Preview | Tati Cotliar by David Sims

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Published June 23, 2010


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6 thoughts on “Valentino Fall 2010 Campaign Preview | Tati Cotliar by David Sims”

  1. This is not Valentino. 🙁 she looks anorexic, and in no way elegant and representative of a Valentino *women*. I dont know who their target audience is: young girls like this one in the photo cannot afford valentino , nor are the clothes designed for 15 year olds, and secondly, if I wear a 30 something and older women, i would look at this and be put off Valentino. My two cents!

    Reply
  2. This is not Valentino. 🙁 she looks anorexic, and in no way elegant and representative of a Valentino *women*. I dont know who their target audience is: young girls like this one in the photo cannot afford valentino , nor are the clothes designed for 15 year olds, and secondly, if I wear a 30 something and older women, i would look at this and be put off Valentino. My two cents!

    Reply

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