A Recap of the Fall 2015 Fashion Ad Campaigns

[x_blockquote type=”left”] I don’t deal well with being told what to do, which is why I always rejected anything that had to do with an ad. Then I grew up and realized advertising is a necessary business and totally harmless if you’re able to stay true to yourself, your needs and your desires.[/x_blockquote]

Besides, at the end of the day, ALL fashion magazines and blogs are just forums for ads. Instagram is an ad. #ootd is an ad. Your supermarket’s specials are an ad. Doesn’t mean ads are paid placements, but they’re ads. The point is, ads aren’t that bad.

I don’t like them when they try to manipulate me psychologically, though. I also don’t like it when magazines or bloggers try to manipulate me psychologically with funky verbiage to get me to buy something. I’ll buy whatever I want to buy *stink eye*. Just kidding, I don’t do the stink eye very well.

If I happen to see it in an ad campaign (or a #ootd, or editorial, or TV show) and that’s how I find out about a specific item or piece of clothing, perfect! That’s why ads exist. Otherwise, how in the world would we know what’s out there? I don’t have the time to browse through thousands of racks. I say accept it, and have fun finding product placements in your latest TV show obsessions. (Hint: Frank Underwood is the master of product placements.) It’s my latest hobby. Almost as fun and frustrating as a friendly game of Monopoly with your too-serious-about-it uncle.

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Besides obvious entertainment value, I thoroughly enjoy the creativity and photography behind the ad campaigns. It takes a lot of skill mastering an ad tailored to appeal to a particular audience. Some of these fall 2015 fashion ad campaigns are a little tame for my tastes, but any of them can easily hold their ground in a gallery.

Fall 2015 Fashion Ad Campaigns Roundup

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Obviously, all images belong to respective brands. Posting them as inspiration and not as ad placements. Most acquired through FashionGoneRogue.

Nataliya Ogle


Nataliya Ogle likes making sure others live to their full potential. She publishes articles on her primary website styletomes.com and works as a freelance writer for other women's interest sites. Her physical body is in New York but her presence can almost always be found online. The internet is her first love.


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