Will Diane von Furstenberg’s campaign prompt “air head” jokes?

First we have Harper’s Bazaar hiding the face of their cover model and now we have Diane von Furstenberg removing the model’s face all together. In a surreal twist (and yes, there does seem to be some inspiration from Dali here), Diane von Furstenberg’s Spring Summer 2012 ad campaign has a hole where a model’s face should be. I have no doubt that critics will hit back with “airhead model” jokes after seeing this campaign. However, what Diane is really trying to do is get us to look at the clothing she is designing. The focus is all on the garments rather than who’s starring in the campaign. VERY clever! {via WWD}


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