Playfully fun, the Aldo Spring 2012 campaign is all about what a girl can get away with while monkeying around. Model Anais Pouliot is seen climbing totem poles, lying in a bed of bananas and even wrestling with an alligator. It is not at all surprising that she has a big, mischievous smile on her face while doing these things.
The Aldo Spring 2012 campaign was captured by controversial American photographer Terry Richardson. The French-Canadian beauty was styled by Sabina Schreder. She shows off her commercial side in vibrantly hued ensembles that complement the equally colorful footwear. With creative direction by MP Creative, it is hard to determine what steals the show: the fun-loving model, bright clothes, quirky props or, rightfully, the shoes.
The Aldo Spring 2012 Campaign Stars Anais Pouliot
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