Sisley: supermarket raids & laundromat escapades

Sisley are relying on the strength of Terry Richardson‘s photography and/or reputation to pull their Fall 2010 campaign through. Supermarket raids and laundromat escapades may have a sort of raw appeal for some, and Ashely Smith draped over a motorcycle looking hot can’t exactly harm your campaign either. But we miss the polished goddess perfection of the brand’s Summer ads of yesteryear; and the somewhat uninspiring clothes in their latest campaign aren’t helping to change our minds.

Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson

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Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson
Sisley Fall 2010 Advertising Campaign by Terry Richardson

What do you think of Terry’s latest campaign for Sisley? You can leave comments at the gallery by clicking on the images below.

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