NEW EMPORIO ARMANI CAMPAIGN
New Emporio Armani fall winter 2022-2023 campaign: have I already said I like King Giorgio? Claro que si!
Have I already posted an Emporio Armani fashion show? Claro que si!
And it is also clear that I have a particular fondness for Armani‘s gray tones and its unmistakable timeless lines, just like the cut of the pants that open this video
These images immediately made me think of one of the sequences I have loved since I was a child
How do you see yourself?
Do you have a four-legged friend who looks like you?
How did you meet each other?
Do you also walk symbiotically?
Photographer Gerrad Gethings, who specializes in such portraits, has published a series of shots centered on this very concept.
A BBC article describes this phenomenon called canine mini-me based on studies by Professor Michael Roy.
Forty-five dogs and their owners were photographed separately and judges were shown one owner, that owner’s dog, and another dog, with the task of choosing the true match. The results were consistent with a selection report: observers were only able to match purebred dogs to their owners, and there was no relationship between the ability to match a person with his or her pet and the length of time they had lived together. The ability to match people and pets did not appear to be based on any simple matching of traits (e.g., size or hairiness). The results suggest that when people choose a pet, they look for one that, on some level, looks like them, and when they get a purebred, they get what they want.
What are your thoughts on this?
Among the main characters in the Emporio Armani video is a German dachshund, like our Rocky: my parents adopted him because the “human” he was living with wanted to get rid of him.
Rocky was afraid to do what was his “job” that is, to get into dens, and for that reason he was beaten.
Unfortunately, he was forever left with an extreme distrust of people, but with us he was very sweet.
Here, maybe I could say that shades of gray are only beautiful when it comes to clothing, what do you say?