For Fall, Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier chose to work with Russian model Anna Jagodzinska and famed photographer Steven Meisel. And he's thrilled with the outcome. "I admire the intelligence that [Meisel] brings to fashion. . . . He approaches clothes with an understanding of the women who wear them and an awareness of the cultural context in which fashion exists," Maier said. Bottega is never one for in-your-face ads, and this latest campaign is no exception. Still, I like how the dark, moody background allows the clothes and bags to shine. Side note, for the first time ever, these ads will be advertised in newspapers like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and London Times. What do you think of them?