Grading the Fall 2014 Ad Campaigns, Part 1

Fashion houses really brought their A-games this season.
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Fashion houses really brought their A-games this season.

It's a tradition here at Fashionista to grade the ad campaigns (with classic scholastic letter grades, of course) as they come in each season, but the fall 2014 offering presents a bit of a problem: The campaigns are all really, really good.

This is certainly not a bad thing, but we'd like to point out that while we might have seemed to get too liberal with our high marks, they weren't granted without merit. Jeremy Scott recruited some of our favorite supermodels of all time for his first Moschino campaign, and for his first offering at Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière tapped three of the world's most famous photographers to shoot a cohesive story he calls "Series 1." Two reality stars-turned-models, Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner, make their campaign debuts this season, as does an up-and-coming actress who won the attention of Miuccia Prada. And that's just the beginning.

Read on for part one of our fall 2014 campaign round-up, and feel free to leave your own grades in the comments section below.