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Fashion

How Does Your Garden Grow

Spring has sprung (well nearly in the northern hemisphere anyway) with colourful, feminine and exquisitely beautiful florals.

Joyous and enchanting, floral prints in a selection of vivid colours will put a Spring into your step. Brilliant blooms add a whimsical romance and retro aesthetic to sweet silhouettes and charming accessories.

Add the Va Va Bloom to your wardrobe:
For classic floral dressing, a little dress in a pretty print is perfect with heels. To dip your toe into this blooming trend opt for a classic white shirt and printed pencil skirt – a la Stella McCartney (pictured above left). While for high impact garden appeal embrace head-to-toe florals – accompanied by printed tights or socks in complementary tones.  Add the perfect finishing touch with a vibrant burst of pure colour. An iconic Lady Dior handbag in darling sun kissed orange will do just nicely (pictured below right).

“Where have all the flowers gone? They are sprouting everywhere for spring fashion.”

For Floral Inspiration
Featured in W Magazine’s March issue, models Patricia van der Vliet and Emily Baker are divine in extraordinary floral prints for this fresh editorial. In pieces by Christopher Kane, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander Wang and more; the editorial is perfectly captured against a flower market of gorgeous colour…

Happy Friday! Hope you all have a wonderful weekend! xx

Photos from fashiongonerogue.com

Fashion

Some Like it Hot

This Week’s Editorial Love…

Channelling Marilyn Monroe’s classic style for Madame Germany’s February 2012 issue, Annabella Barber is every bit the darling 50’s vixen.

Set against the picturesque backdrop of Hollywood, California; Barber wears divine looks by Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu, Hermès and more. Love Barber’s dishevelled hair and bright red lip –  perfectly complementing the bold mix of prints and block colour. Charming accessories and some seriously gorgeous shoes complete the looks…

Enjoy some California dreaming! Happy Monday! xx

Photos from fashiongonerogue.com

Beauty

Beauty Campaigns

The Best Of Beauty & Fragrance

A selection of the latest Beauty & Fragrance Campaigns…

Chloé brings in two fresh new faces for its eponymous fragrance campaign which was captured by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Mesmerising beauties Camille Rowe and Imogen Poots both pose nude with the iconic oversized bottles for the campaign (pictured above).

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While the initial shots revealed Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showing quite a bit of skin, the official campaign for the new ‘Burberry Body’ Fragrance sees her wearing the iconic Burberry trench. Shot by Mario Testino; Christopher Bailey said of choosing Huntington-Whiteley: “Rosie’s effortless style and her staggering beauty made her the natural choice as the first Burberry Body.” (pictured right)

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One of my favourite top models, Abbey Lee Kershaw is the face of Versace’s ‘Yellow Diamond’ campaign. Shot by Mario Testino, the campaign sees Kershaw’s ethereal beauty reflected and multiplied across the frame.

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Scarlett Johansson strikes a sultry pose amongst white sheets for the latest Dolce & Gabbana Beauty Campaign shot by Solve Sundsbo.

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The face of Tom Ford’s beauty line, Lara Stone also appears in the designer’s “Violet Blonde” Fragrance campaign. Shot by Mert & Marcus, Stone looks exquisite against the background of striking violets.

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Ginta Lapina features in the fall-winter campaign for Jill Stuart’s ‘Prism Carat Eyes’ range.

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Natalie Portman is positively glowing for Dior’s new range of make-up – ‘Diorskin Forever’– which focuses on achieving the perfect complexion.

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What is your favourite Beauty Brand & Campaign? xx

Photos from fashiongonerogue.com

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