Grading the Fall Ads, Part 1

'Tis the season for fall campaigns to start hitting the internet, which as you all know is one of our favorite seasons of the year! It's a time when we get to see whether brands will stay true to their Fall 2012 runway visions--or if they'll opt for a more (or sometimes less) marketable image. So far we've seen ads from Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Versace who all kept to their AW12 motifs almost verbatim (Vuitton wasn't ready to part with their train just yet), as well as options from Giorgio Armani, Bally, and Kenzo who took different, but equally cool routes. Click through to see which brands aced their fall ads and which need a little improvement.
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'Tis the season for fall campaigns to start hitting the internet, which as you all know is one of our favorite seasons of the year! It's a time when we get to see whether brands will stay true to their Fall 2012 runway visions--or if they'll opt for a more (or sometimes less) marketable image. So far we've seen ads from Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Versace who all kept to their AW12 motifs almost verbatim (Vuitton wasn't ready to part with their train just yet), as well as options from Giorgio Armani, Bally, and Kenzo who took different, but equally cool routes. Click through to see which brands aced their fall ads and which need a little improvement.
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'Tis the season for fall campaigns to start hitting the internet, which as you all know is one of our favorite seasons of the year! It's a time when we get to see whether brands will stay true to their Fall 2012 runway visions--or if they'll opt for a more (or sometimes less) marketable image.

So far we've seen ads from Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Versace who all kept to their AW12 motifs almost verbatim (Vuitton wasn't ready to part with their train just yet), as well as options from Giorgio Armani, Bally, and Kenzo who took different, but equally cool routes.

Click through to see which brands aced their fall ads and which need a little improvement.