the name goes with his look, haha ;)not a fan of the androgynous look but I quite like this campaign, the female ads with Amber were so great.
Creativity at Versace, has drastically shifted from excellent contrast, well defined and very creative areas (backgrounds), with the most masculine, attractive, interesting male models to these, studio taken, artificial light lit, lack of contrast and some very odd looking models and therefore, resulting in the very extreme opposite of your late 80's and early 90's campaign, runways, and editorials. Gianni Versace, why??? God bless him...
I love Versace Advertisng 80's-1995, men and women campaigns, it was such a great period with all these old school photographers like Avedon.Actual photography is ridiculously airbrushed, they don't even care about the light since everything is created with softwareBesides I have to confess that I like neither Meisel nor Testino to shoot men's fashion, they are too fashionistas for my taste, men with make-up or in heels or extravagant hairstyles are not my thing.I'm definitely stuck in the 80's and 90's :))
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