Tag: spring-summer 2012
After shooting for Versace and Givenchy advertisements the famous supermodel Gizele Bundchen took part in Salvatore Ferragamo Spring-Summer 2012 ad campaign.
The photossesion was made against a background of deep Caribbean sea and shot by photographer Michael Janson. On some of the photos Gizele has teamed with sexy Canadian model and actor Noah Miles.
United Colors of Benetton's collection for spring/summer 2012 is an irresistible, unstoppable explosion of colours. Vibrant colours and prints – long-standing brand signatures – are the seasonal must-haves. Colours highlight all the trend-setting elements: geometric shapes, patterns, decoration, fabrics, moods and ideas for a long, hot summer.
Rada world, always characterized by several colors and psychedelic materials, create a total white theme with its typical showy chic taste.
Waterfalls of white beads for necklaces together with stress, white plexi flowers alternates to micro waterfalls of white beads and tassels for ear-rings till white crochet mini bag with plexi drops. It’s a white world, made of creativity, fantasy belonging from typical Radà style. Impossible not to be noticed and appreciated!
Naomi Campbell is starring in Roberto Cavalli's new fashion campaign.The British model, who has previously walked the runway for Versace, Vivienne Westwood and Christian Dior - joins forces with Karen Elson, Daphne Groeneveld and Kristen McMenamy to show off the new spring-summer 2012 collection of Cavalli.
The photographer Steven Meisel shot the ad campaign.
CIFF has put together a trend presentation for their upcoming August show. The report features Spring/Summer 2012 direction, key silhouettes and color boards for the men's and women's apparel market. As always the show's trend report is a visual treat, and a good overview to get retailers in the mood for the Spring Summer 2012 season.
In New Edge, CIFF represents a strong desire for modern shapes that will be pure yet sensual. This modern outlook offers a radically simple, minimal aesthetics found appealing once again, updating an idea of classicism and timelessness.