This is the only one I found. The styling is exactly the same as of the runway show. The clothes, I would say, are very interesting. But somehow, the whole "light-air" feeling, the hairstyle, the color of the lipstick and the green shades just makes Prada seems like they are aiming at a target market of 15-25, which clearly is NOT the target market of Prada. And honestly, the ad is just boring, white background, with a girl posing in clothes. One expects so much more from a major house like Prada.
Natalia Vodianova, seriously? Like I do not think she is a bad model, but she was the "it-girl" back in the early 2000s, it is a new decade now! I think it's time for a new girl to be the face of YSL, first, it is Christy Turlington for FW09, and now, its Natalia for SS10, who are we going to have next? And the ad is really simple, just like typical YSL ads and it looks very retro, which I kind of like. But I just can't get over the fact that Natalia is used, she doesn't even do runway shows anymore!
Karlie Kloss, again? First an "only girl" exclusive in US Vogue last year, now she scores a Dior campaign. Alone too! I don't not like her, I just don't get why she is so popular now when there are way better models like Raquel, Coco and Lara out there. Next, the images are so peculiar it kind of freaks me out, like the angle of her face in the right image is extremely strange, why push her chin so low? And I do not like the styling of this shoot, the sheer socks with heels look is so not flattering, it cuts like 4 inches off your legs! Also, I do not really like the 40s thing they are trying to do here, I guess, it just doesn't suit Karlie. Remember the good old times of Dior when they had Jessica Stam and Sasha in their ads, and they were so colorful and full of life. And now we have this peculiar expressioned Karlie with this black/greyish layout.
This is not a boring ad. But I just think it's too much. It's all about the balance. There is too much going on in here that it just makes me dizzy. An ad like this is more suitable for a brand like Luella or Anna Sui, which is clearly targeting a younger, fun-loving market, but Mulberry? I think most people that buy Mulberry are more mature women who like quality products. I guess Mulberry is trying to garner more fans or something. But somehow, I just do not think this ad is "Mulberry" at all.
(All images from official brand's website)