Hermes Summer 2011 Ad Campaign Is Inspired by Fairy tales

Ideas of present age are inspired by fairy tales in the form of countless picture books, comics, and musicals that are in print version on fabrics, paper, ceramics, and woods etc. I hope as a fashionista, you would be waiting for a new theme and prints in fashion fantasy life to discover more magic in photographs and galleries. There is nothing more to life than being inspired by fashion, and that inspiration usually comes from life around us, and also the tales that have been spun for us for centuries.

The fashion house Hermes is quick at borrowing themes, picturesque scenes and landscapes. In recent months they had launched scarves for an ad campaign from fairy tales scenery which revolved around popular childhood characters. The new ad campaign places an emphasis vivid imagination and the Hermes  Spring/Summer 2011, features beautiful model Jacquelyn Jablonski who is captured in mysterious angles by photographer Nick Knight.

Hermes creation wraps around the model in a delicate balance of color and posture, shows the expression of sensuous nature and also outward refinement brings inner grace. The changes in lifestyle bring remarkable modernized vision. The pots of colors at her back are symbolic of the palette of spring which energize and excite your life with colors. The fancy colors of spring should take you to your wardrobes, radiating your face removing dark shades.

You could also read our previous articles about the tussle between Hermes, the family owned French fashion house and LVMH the luxury conglomerate, Burberry Spring Summer collection, and Prada Spring Summer 2011 Collection.

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