Dior J'adore: Galerie des Glaces at Château de Versailles

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Paris, France
Executive Creative Directors: Eric Holden, Rémi Noël
Creative Director: Sophie Guyon
Assistant Creative Director: Stéphanie Ragot
TV Producer: Maxime Boiron, Hervé Dommange
Production: WANDA Production
Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud
Photography Director: Darius Khondji
Producer : Patrick Barbier
Production Director: François Lamotte
Production coordinator: Julien Floutard
Production / Sound design: \Else
Artist : Gossip "Heavy Cross"
Post-Production: Mikros Image
VFX Creative Director: Julien Meester
Visual vfx producer: Pascal Giroux
CGI supervisor: Manuel Souillac
Lead rendu: Olivier Mitonneau
Lead anim: Michael Nauzin
Lead composting: Guillaume Terrien
Flame artist: Stéphane Pivron
TD shader: Benoit Holl

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wrong music.....

Ceballos's picture
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what´s this music?
100% high budget 0% inspiration

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STFU and Make the Logo BIGGER!

Direstion's picture
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agree, music is not from this story

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That One Guy
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I kind of like the music. Better editing would have made it better.

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Love the way the young man looks at her once she has put on her dress. Otherwise I agree with Ceballos

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Great production value.

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Not normally a fan of bringing past celebrities to life but I think it works for all the fashion victims out there!

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Jalal Bennani
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It lacks the touch of a great fashion designer..

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I really like this ad and think Gossip's "Heavy Cross" works surprisingly well here. If you know the lyrics, watch it again and see what's going on in conjunction with each line. It all seems very well-planned. I will admit it initially struck me as an odd choice.

Until now, I had only seen the short version on tv. As a woman who does not wear J'adore (and probably never will) a part of me fell in love with the brand because they brought those old starlets back to life in an appealing - not tacky- way.

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