Louis Vuitton: Sean

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy and Mather, Paris, France
Creative Director / Art Director: Christian Reuilly
Copywriter: Edgard Montjean
Photographer: Annie Leibovitz
Art Buyer: Laurence Nahmias
Account Director: Laurent Janneau
Group Account Director: Samuel Giblin
Account Executive: Marie Reynaud

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SeanMartin

I dont know much about the Climate Project (a website URL would have been nice), but damn I hope I look this good when I'm his age.

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Get A good retoucher and you Will, lol.

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The richness of colors and overall photography work for this whole campaign is really stunning. Not really sure what they're trying to say, but at least they look beautiful enough to glue your eyes.

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kgeiger
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Why on earth is Sean wearing a wool turtle-neck on a tropical beach?

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Guest

good point.

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i am zero
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HA HA HA ..

pashya is zero

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Why is he wearing a LV bag on his foot?

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STRTLRS
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Because he's 007 and he can do anything.

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I agree.

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Dale
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I've never understood any of these ads. It's a famous person, a Louis Vuitton bag and nice photography. They look pretty and any tube ride in London will reveal a load of people with these bags. I guess it works but I thank my lucky stars that I'm not involved in creating something so bland.

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SeanMartin's picture
SeanMartin

Well, face it: most fashion-oriented campaigns *are* bland when they're not being self-consciously "stylish". As for him wearing wool in the Bahamas, I suspect it's more product placement (I dont know the LV line well enough to say for sure), although I will say that it's not unusual to find sailors wearing light wool sweaters, even in the Caribbean (Mid-ocean gets cold in the evenings, even in summer).

And maybe it's just me, but Leibovitz seems to have lost her edge a bit -- or maybe when it comes to certain assignments, she no longer cares that much. Compared to her other work, these look like "contractural obligation".

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Davosk
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I think he's waiting for Ursula Andress to pop out from the water.

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JORDI
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Se nota la copia de pixeles en las palmeras...

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Sean's clock has london time yet??

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ManchuChanchu
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Looks like this n the Coppola shots were taken in a studio n the backgrounds were just photoshopped. nice touch up job tho...

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Guest

The reason it looks like it was shot in studio and dropped into the backdrop is because Leibovitz typically uses more watt-seconds than a small city's power grid supports. She typically shoots with a giant overhead silk, two main fill sources(giant umbrellas or parabolics) and then a primary key and a few accent lights. I wouldn't doubt if this was shot in two exposures, one for the back and one for the subject and then composited, but I seriously doubt she would have done a shoot like this in studio (unless of course Sir Sean wasn't going to give more than 2 hours of his time to the campaign.)

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Fabulous!!!! What great way to pair 2 iconic elements, Sean and Louis.
He's still stunning!

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