A select few of us have been anticipating the Moschino Spring 2015 campaign, wondering what gimmicky imagery we would be served for Jeremy Scott’s fun collection showcased during Milan Fashion Week. The campaign dropped in our forums earlier today and, to our surprise, it is rather ordinary. Photographed by Steven Meisel in black and white, blond beauties Anna Ewers, Sasha Luss and Hollie-May Saker play catch with some quilted bags. To accompany the movement shot, a portrait of Anna is layered over the top, creating a double-page spread.
But our forum members have noticed something slightly off with the first campaign image. “I like it, it’s cute. But where is Sasha’s second leg?” asked Psylocke.
“Ouch at Sasha’s missing leg! How did they miss that during composition? Otherwise, I like it… looks like fun. The B&W tones down the sweet vibe of the collection, I prefer it this way,” noted kokobombon, who overlooked the mishap.
Also noticing the blunder was TashaRosa: “Sasha’s leg is missing here! C’mon guys, just try a little bit and see!”
“I wish it was Doutzen Kroes & Adriana Lima in this Moschino campaign. That would have been epic! The perfect blonde and the perfect brunette. The campaign is not bad at all but the models look too young (12-16 years) + this campaign needs to be in color!!” added DutchHomme, disappointed the campaign was captured in black and white.
“I like it, very 90s but I think it was a mistake to have shot this great collection in B&W,” wrote testinofan.
“Why are all of the campaigns colorless this season? They’re ads for spring! Everything is just so dour and dull. Aside from that, I think it’s a solid cast for the collection (plus or minus Sasha’s leg),” posted an underwhelmed Moofins.
Do you agree that Moschino’s campaign should have been shot in color to showcase Scott’s vibrant collection in all its glory? Let us know here.