Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Nothing's shocking?



The John Varvatos fall 2008 fall campaign finds Perry Farrell on the Bowery. According to the John Varvatos Web site, the ads were shot "on top of and around the landmark 315 Bowery building in NYC's East Village." The "campaign reveals Farrell's enigmatic personality and captures Varvatos' detailed sensibility in their truest forms."

7 comments:

eric e. said...

As I commented on Gawker's Sheila's post on the Charles Cushman Collection, those were the times when men wore hats and women wore gloves. But with this Varvatos ad, I guess 30-40 years from now, someone would say that they remember when men no longer wore hats, women no longer wore gloves, but the men did.

EV Grieve said...

I just don't look good in long gloves.

boweryboogie said...

a slap in the face. i still can't fathom how these classic musicians are pairing with varvatos.

EV Grieve said...

What about the Great Danes?

Alex in NYC said...

Perry sold out years ago when he leant Jane's music to a fuckin' beer ad.

hoover factory said...

"Been caught shillin'..."

L'Emmerdeur said...

"In other news, the publishers of the Webster-Merriam Dictionary have contacted John Varvatos and requested permission to use one of the photos from this campaign to accompany the entry for the word 'douchebag' in their next edition."