There are just some things we can’t avoid and the Kardashian-Jenner sisters’ affiliation with Calvin Klein is one of them. Our forums genuinely thought last season‘s campaign was a joke and the ultimate all-American label drives the dagger even deeper by casting the five siblings once again for Fall 2018. Ditching the whole barn concept and venturing out into the great outdoors, Willy Vanderperre photographed Kim Kardashian, a pregnant Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner for CK’s new underwear campaign and forum members were not having it.
“Well, it seems their Madame Tussauds wax figures needed some fresh air. Hope they don’t melt in the sun. Or maybe I do…” joked mikel the moment the campaign dropped.
“Again?!” simply asked a dumbfounded dodencebt.
Anlabe32 felt the same way, commenting: “Can’t believe CK/Vanderperre would sink that low for the second time.”
“They look too disconnected and awkward,” Perickles pointed out.
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“I officially don’t know who’s who anymore! Really surprised Raf cosigned this to the extent of getting the Ambien in live form to shoot them. Campaign looks a mess, I’m guessing they were all Photoshopped together?” Benn98 questioned.
“This shot looks Photoshopped indeed,” echoed Zposen. “It’s sad that only Kendall and Kourtney look ‘human’… the other three just look too plastic for my liking especially for a brand like Calvin Klein.”
“What’s the point in booking a ‘family’ if you can’t get them to appear in the same place at the same time?” wondered tigerrouge.
“The funniest thing is they were actually shot together. The wonders of bad retouching,” stated Melancholybaby.
“Wow, CK campaign shot by CGI team. It’s bad when you actually get them all at the same shoot yet you Photoshop the hell out of it to make it look like they are placed together by a digital program,” slammed an unforgiving TaylorBinque.
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