Mad Men Collection for banana republic certainly the thinness of models is a source controversy these days after about Crystal Renn against size zero now this is the new Mad Men collection by Banana Republic creates the buzz Concerned, the choice of Coco Rocha to embody the line top deemed too thin to inhabit the soul of the 60s So, true or false debate?
At a time when the modeling is synonymous with androgynous silhouettes and sometimes anorexia, ultra-thin models some reacted. This is seen as Banana Republic by posting pictures of its new campaign in honor of Mad Men on Facebook page.
Mad Men Collection for Banana Republic
In August 2011 already the brand had a line dedicated to the creation of Matthew Weiner. I must say that the series was an event winning every award and signing back in the 60’s fashion scene as makeup. Were discovered maddening curves of Christina Hendricks and airs Grace Kelly January Jones in vintage outfits and feminine cuts?
Mad Men Collection for banana republic After a very first collection inspired by the series produced in collaboration with Janie Bryant, the designer of Mad Men, Banana Republic is back with a line smelling the late ’60s much more colorful to the glory of ye- yé. A collection inspired by the character of Megan Draper, aka Jessica Paré charming brunette petite silhouette To embody, Coco Rocha, the Canadian slender angular face Too?
Because of comments posted on the Facebook page critical choice finding the mannequin “skeletal” at the limit of anorexia in any case not at all in line with the heroine of the series like Christina Hendricks. I must say that for once gave the TV to see some buxom women the image of the American lambda and size 42-44.
The brand and photographer held to explain their approach. It was fascinating because we shot in a style widely used in the photos of the 60s and I’ve never used this before framing. This is a style where Twiggy shooting gives the impression of a face zoomed in and a smaller body. I think we really captured the essence of the 60s campaigns.
Some are not as sensitive to the art of staging and framing and is simply the result of step with the image of the series and it must be said that Photoshop is been there accentuating the thin top.
Ok, Coco Rocha is very thin and tight dress she is wearing only emphasize but those who think that all women of the 60s were girondes, we must remember that the thinness was not invented in the 70s and it has existed in all ages body types of backgrounds. Jessica Paré embodies very well in the series.
Mad Men Collection for banana republic In defense of Banana Republic the first campaign castait also classic models very thin and it did not create fuss. Perhaps because of the collection less near the body which put more value the feminine curves? Coco Rocha is it that makes the difference? Ras-le-bol felt by those who do not recognize themselves in advertising campaigns? A bit of everything no doubt. Still writes The Gloss “The conventional models understand very thin] is not the enemy.
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