Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Cynthia Rowley Summer 2012 Ad Campaign




Cynthia Rowley is in full bloom and her floral prints are more beautiful than ever. T Magazine will kick off this new ad campaign in its Summer 2012 Fashion Issue.

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Big Thanks to Kristyn Clark over at Cynthia Rowley for always keeping us in the loop!


xx.
M

9 comments:

  1. Love this!! I normally hate floral prints, but this season designers have just exploded with sensational colors and patterns!

    XO - Christy

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  2. woooow those pants are to die for, I am clicking on the site to shop after I am done with my comment!
    So regarding Europe end of May, I can suggest so many places since its pretty much warm everywhere in the South and reasonably pleasant in the North, so it all depends where you have been, how long you are going and what you count on doing... But without knowing that I can recommend the South of France, actually I'll be there and in Barcelona as well (and in Italy too) but its before the high season and they have the Cannes festival...a part that, well Barcelona is always fun, if you havent been to Scandinavia, May is a great month to go, I was in Gothenburg last May and loved the archipelago near by, so many cute islands to visit, same for the coast of Stockholm and pretty much all around Norway! Then Greece is also starting to warm up and the sea is tolerable, was there last time actually end of May and really enjoyed the Cyclades Islands!
    xoxo

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  3. I am having such a phase right now for prints. I seem to be loving every and all prints this season! Especially when they're bold florals like this. Gorgeous!

    http://red-soledfashionista.blogspot.com/

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  4. Lovely picture. I didn't know the brand.
    xoxo

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  5. Floral blooming this season...SO PRETTY CAMPAIGN!

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  6. She is an efficient designer.Her creativity is always worth appreciating.

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