The Rebecca Hall Corduroy Magazine #9 editorial is a deft move for the actresses as she tries to parlay critical adoration as one of Hollywood's freshest and brightest faces into international celebrity.
The Rebecca Hall Corduroy Magazine #9 shoot was photographed by Peter Lee Ash, the Toronto-raised, New York-based publisher behind Corduroy. He captures Rebecca Hall in a series of stunning outfits put together by Tina Laakkonen from designers Meadham Kirchhoff, Yohji Yamamoto, Ann Demeulemeester and Comme des Garcons. In each photograph, Rebecca Hall exudes the kind of understated but significant confidence that has made her a go-to actress in coveted lead roles, including appearances in The Town, Please Give, and verything Must Go.
The Rebecca Hall Corduroy Magazine #9 issue is on newsstands now.
Implications - A company interested in generating immediate brand attention would be wise to invest in sexually charged advertising. Sexually charged marketing appeals to consumers of the product, critics of the ad's sexual content, and a controversy-seeking media eager to capitalize on the polarizing debate.
The Rebecca Hall Corduroy Magazine 9 Shoot is Stunning
1. Sexually-charged Advertising - Investing in sexually-charged advertising is a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies interested in generating immediate brand attention.
2. Understated Confidence - Leveraging the idea of understated confidence in their branding efforts is an disruptive innovation opportunity for companies wishing to connect with consumers who value subtlety and authenticity.
3. Celebrity-focused Shoots - Offering photo shoots that feature celebrities could be a disruptive innovation opportunity for publications looking to increase readership and attract new advertisers.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry could benefit from campaigns that focus on understated confidence or celebrity shoots to create a fresh and edgy look for their branding efforts.
2. Media - The media industry could benefit from using sexuality as a tool to increase readership or viewership of their content.
3. Advertising and Marketing - The advertising and marketing industry could benefit from exploring ways to capitalize on the polarizing debate surrounding sexually-charged advertising.