Lanvin just released their new fall 2011 campaign and i have to say that this must be one of the funniest campaigns in “fashion” i have seen in years!
Fashion campaigns are usually amazing, glamorous and beautiful but they are so serious and sometimes so boring!
Anyway for this campaign Lanvin used a song by Pitbull – Calle ocho. The name of the song is called “I know you want me” and they made Karen Elson, Raquel Zimmermann and two other guys that i don’t know their names dance in a funny way. You can even see Alber Elbaz dance at the end!
Continue reading “Lanvin fall 2011 – ft. Pitbull and Calle Ocho”
Few days ago i was invited by Allocine to the Paris premiere for the film Due Date.
Directed by Todd Phillips who also produced ‘The hangover‘, a film that is also known as ‘very bad trip’ in some countries.
Due Date features Zach Galifianakis (Very bad trip, into the wild, etc) and Robert John Downey Jr. (Ironman, Sherlock Holmes, Zodiac, etc)
When i got to the cinema we all got some strange red coffee cans (with a t-shirt inside) at first i didn’t understand why they gave me a red coffee can (i hadn’t seen the trailer before going to the cinema) but after watching the film i did understand! Continue reading “Due Date – Film review”
Heineken seems to have a lot of talent to make virals, that is not new.
We saw it last year when they released “Walk in Fridge” and “Walk in fridge 2“, the first one worked so well it got spoofed and then won the Paris viral film festival 2009.
If you are not living in a fridge, you probably saw or heard somewhere about people like Susan Boyle who was discovered by a reality show in england.
I’m not a fan of reality shows myself but this time, Heineken made reality show called ‘Men with talent’ where they find men who do amazing things with beer of course.
The result is really funny. Now will this be the viral of the year? who knows :) Continue reading “Heineken – Men with Talent”
I’m pretty sure most of you have seen the Axe ad ‘billions’ that was released a couple of years ago. The axe ad was probably insprired by Patrick Süskind‘s novel called “Parfume” wich is a great book and there is also the movie with the same name. I’m pretty sure most guys loved the ad, and will probably love the parody of this ad that was just released by Specsavers in England, Continue reading “The Specs Effect”