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Naomi Campbell defines supermodel swag. Slaying campaigns and covers since the 1990’s, Naomi Campbell is effortless perfection in her new campaign for Guess. Naomi likes to work with them, young…her co-star is none other than A$AP Rocky.

This video is more awkward than the sexually inexperienced losing their virginity. Naomi looks incredible and A$AP Rocky just looks out of place. Guess should have got on the Empire trend and hired Bryshere Y. Gray a la life imitating art. Who art directed this?

#PressPlay: #AsapRocky X #NaomiCampbell for #GUESS

A video posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoominc) on Jan 22, 2016 at 10:19am PST


A$AP Rocky is not new to fashion and loves to flex his style game. A lover of Cartier and Rick Owens (he wears them often) he raps about style, all the time, often dropping designer names.

“Call my Prada prior, cause it’s dropping next fall/Don’t you short the next ball, my closet like the Met Ball.” ~ A$AP Rocky, Jukebox Joints

While A$AP Rocky loves fashion, is knowledgeable about fashion, and raps about fashion…he’s not a fashion icon. He needs more than several campaigns and one appearance at the Met Gala for that. Nevertheless, he’s definitely making a place for himself in the fashion industry. His campaign for A$AP Rocky x Guess Originals drops next month. Let’s see how it performs. What do you think of the campaign images? This is styled by A$AP Rocky himself.

Continue to dominate the fashion world, Naomi! She saved this campaign and A$AP Rocky was more of a prop. Nevertheless, kudos to Guess – they tend to be experimental and sexy in their ad’s; however, this one was a major fashion miss.


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