Sugar & Spice

Who says high fashion has to be complicated or subversive? Steven Meisel takes Kati Nescher and Daria Strokous back to the malt shop in a frothy and frilly ad for Louis Vuitton‘s spring collection. In keeping with the retro theme of the collection, Daria and Kati play around on a shiny pink set that looks culled from Happy Days. As always the accessories are front and center, with pastel Speedys and transparent Lock-its providing another dose of eye candy in a campaign that is practically cavity inducing.

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19 Comments
  1. So lovely!!! LOVE THE PLAY ON LINES. (Look at Kati arm against the straw, and Darias heel against the table and the bag on the booth, etc.) Simple, but definitely a lot to see. I like a lot. I think Daria is about to blow it out of the stratosphere in 2012!!

  2. i told u while ago that i see Kati faarrrrrr , iam soo glad to see her in LV. She DESERVE IT YESSS

    SPEAKING OF DARIA, HONESTLY CAN SOMEONE TRANSLATE ME WHAT PEOPLE SEE SPECIAL IN HER?

  3. It’s cute, I like Kati and Daria

    That’s really all I can say Daria going to be ranked high because she’s got LV and she’s got Jil Sander. So is Kati….BUT THIS IS NOTHING compared to Fall 2011 with Fei Fei and Daphne now that was GORGEOUS this is Cute.

    @ Darko hahaha.

  4. So Happy DARIA Got LV campaign and she has Jil Sander too and probably more ?

    I like the Campaign, very youthful

    DARIA WILL MOVE FROM MDC RANKINGS
    FROM NO. 16 to NO. 11
    Go Daria !!!

  5. I pretty like these shots, even if… well, PRO: I liked the vibe of the collection and of the show, so I’m pretty glad to see it totally confirmed here; CON: maybe I would have chosen two other models.
    And, ok, I totally prefer Kati and I like her a lot, but I can’t see her as the best choice possible to embody Louis Vuitton, at least THIS “sugar and spice and all things nice” season. But, better repeat it: I pretty like these shots…

  6. I almost expected the ‘kate spade’ logo under the photos…definitely unexpected for LV, but possibly dilluting the brand image.

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