The Forties-Inspired JACQUES Magazine 'Carrie' Editorial
Photographed by Jonathan Leder, the Autumn 2009 JACQUES Magazine 'Carrie' spread maintains a sense of nostalgia, all the while imparting a boudoir-esque feeling. Spain remains topless throughout the shoot; what she does wear are a purple head scarf, sheer hosiery and forearm corsets.
Implications - Since society is so saturated with advertisements of every sort, consumers have become desensitized to their imagery. Consumers are now drawn to advertisements which feature taboo or graphic elements as they remain memorable. Companies can stand out against their competitors and appeal to a wider market by developing unforgettable marketing campaigns.