Versace Fall 2011 Campaign | Saskia de Brauw by Mert & Marcus

Joanna Elizabeth


Published July 6, 2011

Fire & IceVersace’s fall 2011 campaign delivers a sense of drama with model Saskia de Brauw posing in a desolate location of setting sun and barren landscape. Photographed by Mert & Marcus, Saskia sports the luxury label’s military accents and feminine frocks with a cool and androgynous beauty.

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24 thoughts on “Versace Fall 2011 Campaign | Saskia de Brauw by Mert & Marcus”

  1. Ok, it’s a new direction, but not Versace AT ALL, i love Saskia de Brauw and Mert and Marcus work but where is the sexyness, the lightness, the joie de vivre…? I really don’t understand this apocalypse, moon mood.

  2. Versace like it should be. Well done! (despite photoshopping saskia a different face..still pretty though 🙂

  3. why those pictures seems so fake to me? too much photoshop!!!!!! everything seems to be in the same dimension, i mean the model and acessories, mostly purses…as a matter of fact, those purses were shot and put in a different picture in a very very very ridiculous way. I like those colours. I love the model. And the styling. But….is that really necessary?

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