I love the world of fashion madly! These are some Graphic Editing performed on some of my favorite advertising campaigns of fashion brands i particularly like (Dolce & Gabbana, Saint Laurent, Celine, Gucci).

Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana Patchwork di Sicilia by Adam Tempesta.

ADV Campaign Shot by Branislav Simoncik, the new Woman Campaign is a tribute to Handmade. Craftsmanship and Handmade are the keys to the new collection "Patchwork di Sicilia", dedicated to the homonymous island, where atmospheres, colors, cultures and dreams come together, lashed by the distortions of my graphic editing.


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Saint Laurent

Saint Laurent Laetitia Casta & Freja Beha Erichsen 2020 + Zoe Kravitz spring 2018 by Adam Tempesta.

Laetitia e Freja: Lensed by Juergen Teller, advertisements feature Laetitia Casta and Freja Beha Erichsen. The Saint Laurent woman’s elegance mixed with sexuality deliver evocative portraits.Leather bags and strappy heels designed by creative director Anthony Vaccarello

Zoe Kravitz: actress Zoe Kravitz appears in a series of black and white images captured by David Sims. Photographed in the studio, the advertisements spotlight denim, feather embellished dresses and fringed boots. Creative director Anthony Vacarello’s cool yet luxurious designs stand out in the minimal portraits.

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Celine Introduction Campaign 2018 with Heidi Slimane by Adam Tempesta.

Celine by Heidi Slimane Introduction Campaign 2018. All the people in this campaign:

Hedi Slimane - Designer, Photographer / Esther Langham - Hair Stylist / Aaron de Mey - Makeup Artist / Bente Oort - Evelyn Nagy - Isabel Jones - Jakob Eilinghoff - Kaila Wyatt - Liv Sillinger - Marco Varcoe - Ossi Vuori - Sekhou Drame -Théophile Blanckaert - Thialda Bok - Models

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Gucci’s Fall 2019 Ad Campaign by Adam Tempesta.

Photographer Glen Luchford worked alongside Alessandro Michele and Art Director Christopher Simmonds to explore the relationship between creative directors and their muses. The campaign depicts many industry clichés such as fashion show sittings, runway escapades, editorial shoots and the frenzied atmosphere of fashion week.

The fashion world is often seen as incredibly glamorous and almost untouchable in a sense, and the imagery created for Gucci's fall 2019 campaign plays homage to these stereotypes in the best possible way, alongside my personal graphic editing distortions.

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