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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

SPRING 2011 VIDEO CAMPAIGNS- BURBERRY, ARMANI, GUCCI, MICHAEL KORS, CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION, PRADA

Here are some of the spring 2011 video campaigns of BURBBERY, GUCCI, GIORGIO ARMANI, CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION, DUNHILL, MICHAEL KORS, JOOP! and ADIDAS Y3.


BURBERRY SPRING 2011 VIDEO CAMPAIGN

Cara and Jacob.




Footage from the Burberry Spring/Summer 2011 campaign shoot, with February couple British models Jourdan Dunn and Sacha M'Baye.




PRADA SPRING 2011 VIDEO CAMPAIGN





GIORGIO ARMANI SPRING 2011 VIDEO CAMPAIGN



ARMANI EXCHANGE SPRING 2011




GUCCI SPRING 2011




ADIDAS Y3 SPRING 2011 VIDEO CAMPAIGN




JOOP SPRING 2011
Danish model Mathias Lauridsen and German model Toni Garrn star in this latest video ad of JOOP! brand.





CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION SPRING 2011
Calvin Klein Collection TV commercial featuring Lara Stone and Tyson Ballou directed by Fabien Baron.







MICHAEL KORS SPRING 2011
Michael Kors Spring/Summer 2011 Ad Campaign 

Models: Karmen Pedaru & Simon Nessman



DUNHILL SPRING 2011
As part of the Alfred Dunhill "Voice" campaign for Spring / Summer 2011 violin virtuoso Charlie Siem talks about the "pressure" of performing.


Charlie's life in music began at the age of three -- when he first took up his violin, after hearing the late Yehudi Menhulin perform Beethoven's Violin Concerto. Since then he has appeared at Windsor, Spoleto and St Moritz Festivals and has performed with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Mozart Players, Israel Camerata, Bergen Philharmonic, Vilnius National Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra and Pertos Sinfoinca Brazil.





As part of the Alfred Dunhill "Voice" campaign for Spring / Summer 2011 Sir David Frost discusses interviewing Robert Kennedy and the legacy that we leave.



Sir David Frost began his career as part of the Cambridge Footlights. Then as co-creator and host of That Was The Week That Was, Sir David became a British household name, going on to host an American version of the show. It was during this period in his career that the world famous Frost/Nixon interview (later to become a BAFTA & OSCAR nominated film) took place -- the interview garnered the largest audience ever achieved for a new interview in the U.S. Between 1993 and 2005 Sir David presented over 500 hundred editions of Breakfast With Frost -- widely regarded as the most authoritative weekly news interview.

Sir David remains the only person to have ever interviewed 8 British prime ministers and 7 US presidents.




Harland Miller graduated with an MA from Chelsea College of Art and has since exhibited as an artist in New York, Berlin and New Orleans. Miller achieved critical literary acclaim with his 2000 novel Slow down Arthur, Stick to Thirty.




One of Miller's defining works came in 2001, with a series of paintings based on the dust jackets of Penguin books which marry aspects of Pop Art, abstraction and figurative painting, along with his love of text.

In 2002 Miller became writer in residence at the ICA, programming a number of events, drawing on his experience in literature and art, notably devoting a season to Edgar Allen Poe -- scheduled to coincide with the anniversary of Poe's birthday.



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