Does Prada’s new ad campaign bore you?

That’s the question we asked on our Facebook page, and the general consensus was yes. We all know that inside Steven Meisel is an ocean of calm brilliance, we just don’t know why he didn’t tap into it when he pulled out his camera for Prada‘s Fall 2010 campaign. Despite the cute beehives and even cuter slow-dancing couples, it simply fails to inspire. Too cluttered? Too dull? Click on the image below to view the full campaign, then tell us your thoughts.

Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign

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Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign
Prada Fall / Winter 2010 advertising campaign

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