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The Sun God

April 22nd, 2010 Posted by contributor comments (22)

The sun is back and it’s that time of the year when our favorite magazines are pushing eyewear. These accessories are as essential as the clothes themselves with more and more campaigns dedicated especially to them. Here’s a peek at Nimue Smit for Giorgio Armani, Constance Jablonski for cK Calvin Klein, Freja Beha Erichsen for Chanel, Anna Jagodzinska for David Yurman, and of course Madonna in her eyewear capsule collection for D&G. My personal favorite for S/S10? The Tom Ford Nikita in tortoise shell shown on Jacquelyn Jablonski, by William Selden for Another Magazine S/S10. What’s your must have eyewear accessory of the season? (Story by Kristen Bolt)

Dolce & Gabbana: MDG

Dolce & Gabbana: MDG

Giorgio Armani

Giorgio Armani

CK

Calvin Klein

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Chanel/David Yurman

Tom Ford Nikita (Another Magazine)

Tom Ford Nikita (Another Magazine)

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22 Comments

  1. W says:

    love the chanel sunglass ad, nice;]

    http://williscrazy.blogspot.com

  2. All about Models says:

    Calvin Klein and Tom Ford are so far the best. I like them a lot
    http://allaboutmodels.blogspot.com/

  3. anlabe says:

    Love Giorgio Armani.

  4. Chungkit says:

    @Anlabe – Agree, Armani’s are best here

    http://www.chungkitblog.wordpress.com

  5. lulu says:

    the tom fords hands down!

  6. peterModelObsessed says:

    Tom Ford is the best!!! Totally not a beautiful ad but that’s the beauty of that.

    D&G is over saturated. Armani and Calvin Klein are boring. Chanel is nice. David Yurman is OK.

    TOM FORD never fails!!!

  7. Marus says:
  8. lasher says:

    D&G?…..so bad

  9. allaboutnewfaces says:
  10. buci says:

    LOVE Yurman & Armani

  11. Lucio Flajore says:

    the chanel and tom ford ones.

  12. GP says:

    Armani!!!

  13. Nic says:

    Wow!! I want those CK & Chanel!

  14. Oshcar says:

    I think DG did a good job. Feels very sexy and glamourous. No? And David Yurman just has a classy feel, relaxed feel. I love Anna Jagodzinska. One of my favorites.

  15. Nigel S. says:

    As far as design goes, Armani hits the right note.
    The D&G campaign is pretty darn effective.

    The Chanel is so unexpected and equally fresh – Highrise Effervescence I call it, you know?..like Cowboy Bebop, RIP.

    The Tom Ford ad is like a masterful drawing by Kent Bellows. The whispy hair, scattered lighting et al, it’s just stunning…Jackie is romance.
    It’s a toss-up between Chanel and Tom for me.

  16. peterModelObsessed says:

    The Tom Ford ad is sooo effortlessly chic . Its like, I wanna look like her!!! Jacqueline is amazing…..she manage to look hot just by sitting down lol……no open mouth needed like miss Madonna, or over the shoulder pose like Armani or David Yurman.

    Well done Mr Ford!!! As always…..

  17. ronnie(: says:

    haha your pretty but mariah watchman is way more beatutiful;)

  18. Christopher says:

    Oakley sunny’s, shaped to your face & u don’t get tan lines from the frames

  19. Antonio Barros says:

    Calvin Klein campaign looks awesome!!!!

    http://thesingular.blogspot.com
    http://ftourist.blogspot.com

  20. d says:

    The picture with the Tom Ford eyewear is not an ad it’s part of an editorial by William Selden

  21. peterModelObsessed says:

    Thanks D

    I didn’t even noticed, since I don’t read the statement above and I just scroll through images. LOL

    Too bad, the shot of Jacqueline J. could have been a highly effective ad campaign for the Tom Ford Brand. She’s the best one here, Don’t you agree???

    Designers, hire Jacqueline to hawk your products! the girl is “it”!!!

  22. m.l. says:

    tom ford, the best sunglasses EVER!

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