SNEAK PEEK: Madonna's Fall/Winter Louis Vuitton Ads

06/30/2009 at 03:58 PM ET

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

From a chic Parisian cafe to a dimly lit New York studio, fashion’s dream team has produced the latest Louis Vuitton ads featuring Madonna. The star, along with designer Marc Jacobs and legendary photographer Steven Meisel, joined forces a second time to create Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter 2009 ad campaign. From the collection’s rich, dark fall colors to the portrait-like feel of each picture, the new ads take a different direction than the previous season. “While the two campaigns look very different, there is also a unity about them,” explains Marc Jacobs in the press release. “So it now feels like we have completed both parts of the story.” Meant to evoke the golden age of Hollywood, the moody ads even have Madonna showing off the infamous bunny ears she first wore to the Met Gala back in May.Tell us: What do you think of Madonna’s new Louis Vuitton ads?


Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

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LBW on

She looks like a video game character.

trsquare on

This actually makes her look less gaunt than she normally does, and plays up her eyes. It’s sort of a Marlene Dietrich look.

amy on

doesnt look like her, this is pretty and madonna is not…shows you the power of photoshop

Anon on

They definitely made her look BETTER.

AJ on

humm, I don’t know. I’m looking less at the bags and more on her trying to figure it all out. She looks good only because of photoshop, but I just don’t get it…

Marta on

Yikes, Madonna has lost her wrinkles! They sure have ironed all those creases. For that Louis Vuitton should have hired a younger celebrity. Or is that a wax figure of Madonna. Madonna only wishes she looked that good. Sorry girl, you’re used and re-used. Boo hoo.

Paige on

Can you say, Airbrush!

Jack Henry on

It’s a Man Ray effect, plus the makeup, photoshop, etc. It’s to mimic old Hollywood photos, which were excessively retouched and manipulated. Not just about Madonna needing to look younger. Still don’t get why this look and model are expected to sell the merch.

Nicole on

She is a video game character!

Ashley on

She looks like a Barbie – and not in a good way – in a plastic and fake way.

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