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  1. says

    Hideous? Are you insane? Pure genius! Very well done and the clothes are to die for. I love the guys and true, they can’t dance but neither can the girls. That fact was surely intentional – had Alber used pretty professional dancers the viewers attention would not have captured the whole concept but on the dancing. Again, very well done. Sumptuous.

  2. justme says

    The women’s clothes are nothing short of genius. The men look like clown versions of Argentine cowboys in drag.

    But Elbaz obviously has a sense of humor, so I can’t imagine even he would want us to take any of this too seriously.

  3. Derek Pearce says

    The menswear outfits are some seriously dandy-fied clothes! I could’ve pulled them off from the ages of about 15 to 23-24, but no way could I wear that kind of look now. Great ad.

  4. Derek Pearce says

    BTW I agree the women’s clothes are gorgeous. The men’s remind me more of Quentin Crisp than Abe Lincoln, and I can see how people might not wish to look like Mr. Crisp. Although those velvet jackets are pretty luxe, I’d wear one.

  5. larry says

    Didn’t need Meisel for this, but I love it — it is perfect that the models can’t really dance, makes them all the more charming. The clothes look great too, thanks to the truly likable Elbaz. Hope that others follow (take that, LVMH!)

  6. Scrufff says

    one of the females is supermodel Raquel Zimmermann who’s Brazilian. And one thing Brazilians do right, is dance. It’s in our blood;-) I’m sure she was asked to do the white girl bad dance thing.

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