The Photographer Who Regularly Shoots Campaigns For Marc Jacobs Refused To Shoot Miley Cyrus

January 9, 2014 / Posted by:

Miley Cyrus was named as the face of Marc Jacobs’ spring/summer 2014 campaign, which isn’t surprising since she wore his ass to the Met Ball, she’s trash and she looks like a drowned rat, which he’s into. The first two pictures from the campaign came out and to think we might not have gotten this picture of her looking like an inbred 15-year-old teen runaway turned $5 bareback rent boy who, along with that albino in the back, murdered that ginger girl in a drug deal gone wrong. He’s real sad about it. (That’s basically the plot of the next Harmony Korine movie.) We might not have gotten this picture if Marc Jacobs’ regular photographer, Juergen Teller, shot it, but he didn’t want to shoot Billy Ray’s child. Well, he probably wants to shoot her, but he didn’t want to shoot her with his camera is what I mean.

Marc Jacobs tells WWD that photographer David Sims took the pictures for the campaign. Juergen Teller has shot nearly every campaign for Marc Jacobs. WWD asked Marc why David Sims shot it instead of Juergen and he answered, “I have worked with Juergen for years and love him as an artist. He just didn’t want to shoot her.”

Juergen Teller is the dude who shot those pictures for W Magazine that look like stills from a 1970s snuff film. So when Juergen Teller looks you up and down and says, “Nope, too trashy, too cheap, too gross,” then pat yourself on your extra trashy taint, because you’ve invented a new kind of trash.

There’s another pic and a close-up of that pic after the cut if you need more of this messiness. 



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