I have an inexplicable love of fragrance commercials. They’re typically bite-sized,  nonsensical ruminations on sex or beauty, created by the world’s top photographers and directors and starring the industry’s most beautiful people. Imagine how much money and creative energy went into this 30-second ad that’s essentially a model walking on a treadmill in front of a green screen. This one for Kenzo’s Jungle is a favorite of mine. Jean-Baptiste Mondio directed the ad in 1996, a year after filming one of my favorite Madonna music videos, “Human Nature.” The model’s neon piss-yellow outfit is spot-on ’90s sporting a bare midriff, and the stampeding elephants are a perfect shade of gilver. The commercial is very Bjork goes on a safari.