I love that one too, E
., almost went with Eau Claire for those sparklies!
Originally Posted by anomie et ivoire
Agreed that the Keira/Kate Moss ads are at least well-done. My only gripe is that they have been around for quite a few years now, and I'm a bit tired of the pink and black and white color scheme. Seems dated already. Yes, the Chance ones don't seem to match the actual perfume at all. But I suppose marketing rarely does match a scent very well.
Since the old Chanel ads were either black and white or very painterly in color, they hardly look dated at all and would probably seem fresher in a magazine than the current Coco ones.
Agreed that the late 90s little red riding hood motif worked. I don't understand this Brad Pitt thing. A man for a woman's scent? By all means No 5 can be a unisex, but is he meant to entice women to want to seduce him by wearing the perfume? We all know how very taken he is and not by someone who seems like she would ever wear Chanel No 5. Give us back the understated but sharp elegant ladies, please, Karl Lagerfeld!
Oh, boy I can see I'm going to like having you around! Agree, agree, agree on all points!
I had forgotten about the Kate Moss ads, didn't like those at all. Yes, the current advertising for CM is looking old and tired to me, too. And when I first saw the ad you posted I was thinking how modern and edgy that would look to me if I saw it in a magazine now.
Would have loved them to continue with elegant, tailored women for No.5, or even charming and whimsical like the Red Riding Hood theme I loved so much. All I can say for this new idea- it better come out looking pretty darned special for the Brad Pitt thing to work out. We'll see. I'm skeptical.
What a shame about Miss Dior Cherie
. I had tried the original and rather liked it but it was a bit young to me. I thought at the time I should get something more practical but now I regret not grabbing it. Really was interesting with that popcorn note. I see why some of you are lamenting the changes. Is Dior bent on alienating their customers, or what?!