Take 2: Our Most Notable Fall Campaigns… With Superlatives!

Not too long ago, we anointed our top picks for favorite fall ad campaigns, including a darling Kate Moss for Longchamp and Mariacarla doing her best pink fuzzy gorilla in Dolce. Now it's time for Round 2 of the festivities, and we've even decided to dole out superlatives to each. But which ad gets the cheesy Meatpacking District straight-on, and which ad features the return of everyone's favorite supe? Read on!

Best Reenactment of Lord of the Dance in a Cornfield:
Chloé--Sigrid Agren, Karlie Kloss, and Kasia Struss
Hottest Girl-on-Girl Action:
Cesare Paciotti--Eniko Mihalik and Constance Jablonski by Mario Sorrenti
Best Use of Photoshop:
Louis Vuitton—Madonna by Steven Meisel
Most Ironic Juxtaposition of Depression-Era Mis-en-Scene with Luxury Label:
Chanel—Heidi Mount and Freja Beha Erichsen by Karl Lagerfeld
Strongest Return of Everyone's Favorite Supe:
Yves Saint Laurent—Christy Turlington by Inez & Vinoodh
Most Likely to Turn Us Into Groupies:
DSquared—Lara Stone by Mert & Marcus
Best Re-Staging of a Meatpacking Nightclub (Minus Karen Elson):
Roberto Cavalli—Isabeli Fontana, Karen Elson & Clément Chabernaud by Steven Meisel
Best Use of Sexy Granny Nylons:
Pringle of Scotland—Karlie Kloss by Fabien Baron
Best Viewed Under the Influence of Mind-Altering Substances:
Kenzo—Magdalena Frackowiak, Guinevere Van Seenus & Marcel Castenmiller by Mario Sorrenti

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