Kelly Osbourne, who looks like a completely different and way hotter version of herself, is fronting a new Spring 2011 campaign for Madonna's Material Girl line sold at Macy's. Osbourne follows Taylor Momsen who also fronted the brand in a campaign last year.
The line of clothing and campaign, shot by Brook Nipar, is said to hearken back to Madonna's East Village roots and does, indeed, mimic some of that Material Girl/Cyndi Lauper 1980's vibe.
The campaign will debut in April issues of fashion and lifestyle magazines such as Seventeen, Teen Vogue and Cosmopolitan as well as outdoor, cinema, in-store at Macy's and online.
- Dree Hemingway (yes, Mariel Hemingway's daughter) is out with more work for Argentinean fashion label AY Not Dead. As with her first work for the brand, Dree was photographed by Sebastián Faena.
- The Queen gets her own personalized bedroom design courtesy of IKEA.
- Car dealer gets boatloads of free publicity from Jennifer Anniston who didn't even know she was doing so.
- The Interactive Advertising Bureau announced today that Randall Rothenberg has been reappointed President and Chief Executive Officer. Hmm. The Time gig went by pretty quickly.
You of course remember the Dutch Axe commercial in which super hot angels fall from the sky to hook up with Axe wearing men, right? Well now there's a follow on to that. It seems on angel has been left behind. One very, very hot and very, very frustrated angel.
Yes. Left behind. Left writhing in a state of perpetual, hyper sexualized ecstasy. Pent up with explosive desire because she hasn't found her match. A match who can offer her much needed release from all her unrealized desire. Desire so powerful it causes her to moan with wanton abandon from the clouds above. Desire which brings her to the edge of nirvana but refuses to deliver. Desire which, if not given the chance to release itself in a flood of orgasmic delight could very well cause the world to end as we know it.
We like this new work for Moet Chandon champagne featuring Scarlett Johansson. And what's not to like? The music is captivating. The imagery is relaxing. And Scarlett is beautiful. And the work does a nice job capturing all the fanciness and elegance of a life filled with champagne.
Sure, very few of us actually live like this. But we occasionally aspire to. And that's what this work taps into. Our aspirations. And separately, we've all had an important moment or two in our lives where champagne has played a role. A wedding. A graduation. A new business venture.
If for only a few moments, each of our lives is magical. And Moet & Chandon hopes to be there for those moments.
The campaign was created by Paris-based Works Advertisement and shot by British photographer Tim Walker.
- You just saw her in that controversial ad for Diet Pepsi's new skinny can. Now you can see Sophia Vergara in all her delicious glory in an old ad for Bally Fitness.
- Bennetts insurance company is seeking a collection of new Bennetts Babes with a new video featuring Jennifer Metcalfe.
- Here's the story behind the fake shaving helmut stunt that was developed to promote a real shaving device specifically designed for the head.
- Boston University Adlab students talk about their work for Zipcar and Converse.
- F5, a two day creative conference held April 15-16 at the Roseland Ballroom in New York will explore the intersection of art, design and entertainment.
Sophia Vergara, star of Modern Family and inhabitant of a 34DD-28-39 curvaceous body, can be seen in a new ad for Diet Pepsi's new Skinny Can, some sort of twisted ode to the fact the can of chemicals will make you skinny just because the can is skinny.
In the ad Vergara's less that skinny upper body parts have been minimized by photographic angle and a freakish shoulder placement. Because, after all, women with big boobs aren't skinny. They/re top heavy. And top heavy is bad when it comes to our current culture's definition of rail thin beauty.
Some argue the ad contributes to harmful stereotypes about women's body image. We say it's simply the twisted notion that somehow big breasts equal slut and that no woman with big breasts could possibly be taken seriously simply because of the shape of her upper body. To that, we say utter nonsense.
- American singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani is the new face of L'Oreal Paris and can be seen in a new ad campaign for L'Oreal Infallible Le Rouge.
- A global look at Social Media Week.
- Ad network RadiumOne has released the R1 Like Button, a tool that can be added to banners served on their network which will allows banners to be Liked.
- If you haven't seen it already, all 61 Super Bowl ads in 2.5 minutes.
Recording artist Rihanna is featured in a new two minute video which promotes her new line of perfume, Reb / Fleur. The first minute has Rihanna blossoming as if she were a flower. At the one minute mark, the video replays in reverse. What this means we have no idea. Perhaps the perfume only lasts for two minutes? You guess is as good as ours.
Dear Khloe Kardashian,
We're sure you're a wonderful person and all but can you please stop making commercials? They are horrific. And they are destroying what little career you may have. It was bad enough you did that train wreck with Lamar for Unbreakable but this new work you've done or T-Mobile may even be worse.
Yea, yea. We know you can do anything you want because, well, you're a Kardashian. But, please. Save yourself from future embarrassment. It's easy. Just say no. It's not like you need the money or anything. And do you really want to follow in Kim's footsteps?
In their continuous search for the plural of Prius, Toyota has turned to James Lipton who, in a new video, interviews William Shakespeare, an octopus, a rapper, and others to get a handle on the proper word for the plural of Prius. Shakespeare think the correct word in Prium but his suggestion falls to the bottom of the list. Here are the current standings: