5 Fashion Campaigns That Made us Hungry
The marriage of food and style might be one orchestrated by fate itself. As far as we’re concerned, there’s never been a more perfect pairing—if we’re going to shop while hungry, and dine in style, why not combine the two in ad form? Truly, it’s a match made in heaven.
We’ve already professed our love for edible beauty products; now it’s time to take a closer look at style so good, we can almost taste it (literally). Check out our roundup of the most hunger-inducing fashion ad campaigns of all time, below.
Dolce & Gabbana
D&G put food at the center of its Italian getaway-themed spring 2016 ad campaign. The cherry on top? Their LGBT-inclusive family line, released around the same time to cement their position on the right side of history (pizza included). Moussy
Abbey Lee Kershaw starred in Moussy’s spring 2012 campaign alongside a huge AF cheeseburger and fries combo. Here, she’s rock n roll to the core, and not giving a rat’s ass about munching on a big plate of fast food is certainly a message we can get behind.Ted Baker
Ted Baker’s “Tastefully Ted” campaign took sophisticated fare to new heights with a whole menu’s worth of delectable shoe entrées to choose from. Shot by photographer Sam Hofman for spring 2013, there’s not one detail out of place in this precisely delicious spread of good-for-the-sole imagery (and don’t miss his advice one-liners below each photo for an added punch).
Sisley’s grocery store mischief (AKA, their F/W 2010 campaign) has Terry Richardson’s hands all over it; with both brand and photographer having a soft spot for, shall we say, suggestive imagery, it’s no surprise that the two made a good pear (get it?).Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs is the king of recruiting hollywood’s dopest to star in his ad campaigns (remember when Winona Ryder and Willow Smith both graced magazine pages in the MJ spotlight? Swoon.). Throwing it back to S/S ’08, he enlisted director Harmony Korine (of Kids fame) to munch on diner food in his hometown of Nashville while Juergen Teller documented the venture. Yum.Images via Sisley, Dolce and Gabbana, Moussy, Harrods, and Marc Jacobs.
Stay tuned to Milk for more from the intersection of taste and style.