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Louis Vuitton S/S 2014 Ad Campaign Videos Of Gisele Bündchen And Others

Louis Vuitton S/S 2014 Ad Campaign Videos Of Gisele Bündchen And Others

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Enough is spoken and seen in print, now it’s time to hear it out too! Till now only reports and images from Marc Jacobs’ final Louis Vuitton’s S/S 2014 campaign has been doing the rounds. Gorgeous women like Gisele Bündchen, Edie Campbell and Catherine Deneuve along Sofia Coppola, Fan Bingbing and Caroline de Maigret are seen posing with lust-worthy NN14 collection of Noe bags. Today let’s take a look at a few videos which explains each diva’s outlook related to the same new campaign as well as the collection.

Though Gisele Bündchen seduces with her smile and gaze, her voice resonates her admiration for Costa Rica. When asked where she would go with her NN14, here is what she replied, “I would love to be teleported to Costa Rica. I really love nature, it grounds me, it makes me feel so connected. Costa Rica is magical. I spend so much time travelling when I am there….it feels like time kind of stops.”

In another video, Edie Campbell modestly opens up about her experience on the runway. The 23 year old model wore nothing but bejeweled briefs along with a huge feathered headdress to open Marc Jacobs’s final show for Louis Vuitton. Here, Edie encapsulates, “I don’t think I am performer particularly; I don’t think I’m very kind of, theatrical as a person, but that’s… that’s the moment where you can transform is when you have these feathers and suddenly you do feel like a showgirl… it’s the only reason I can do my job.”

French actress Catherine Deneuve has high plans to go to the planet’s highest peaks with her NN14. She announces, “Where would I take my Noe bag? To the roof of the world, Himalaya. It is silent, very very silent, very quiet. Everything is very white and I am all in black.”


Directed by Steven Meisel, the stunning campaign’s videographer is Gordon von Steiner. While the muses were styled by Karl Templer, perfect hair styles were worked upon by Guido Palau and make up by Pat McGrath.