Flower Girl – Vika Falileeva is a cross between cheerleader and island babe for the spring 2012 campaign from Blumarine. Photographed by Sebastian Faena with styling by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, Vika is a glam vision with spring’s tropical flowers, sequins and colorful accessories.
Blumarine’s Tropical Spring – Blumarine takes a trip to the tropics for its spring 2012 collection presented today during Milan Fashion Week. Mimicking grass skirts of the pacific islands, models walked down the runway in metallic skirts paired with big and bold floral prints. Blumarine brought some energy to the runway with splashes of citrus orange, sky blue, lime green and canary yellow.
Blumarine Babe – Adriana Lima uses her bombshell looks for the fall 2011 campaign from Blumarine. Wearing the Italian label’s animal prints paired with lace, Adriana is flawless with ruby red lips and smoldering cat eyes.
The fall 2011 showing for Blumarine featured a distinct lack of prints–a staple the label has become known for over the past few seasons–and instead featured a more minimal approach with mod inspired silhouettes in one tone hues ranging from stark black to canary yellow. As the show progressed, the garments became more seductive with pieces of lace. The turn to the bedroom seemed fitting, considering Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel made an appearance on the runway with her opening and closing of the show.
Leah de Wavrin poses for Blumarine’s Blugirl campaign for the spring 2011 season. All smiles in the brand’s feminine and flirty creations, Leah dons colorful prints and patterns in the playful advertisements.
Enlisting Terry Richardson to shoot a sexy and somewhat even raunchy campaign, Blumarine takes Edita Vilkeviciute and Magdalena Frackowiak on a sizzling night adventure for spring 2011. Wearing the label’s signature animal prints and seventies inspired silhouettes, Edita and Magdalena take the night in the smoldering advertisements.
Bianca Balti is the face of Blumarine’s latest fragrance, Bellissima Intense. Photographed by Michelangelo di Battista, Bianca looks pretty in pink in the smoldering image.
Never a label to shy away from leopard prints or color, the spring 2011 outing from Blumarine includes all the femininity and glam usually expected form the Italian label and more. Setting the tone for the new season, the show opened with Karlie Kloss wearing a leopard number paired with a fringe bag. As the catwalk progressed, tighter and shorter silhouettes made an appearance along with flower adorned shoes for a true seventies inspired collection.
Lensed by Patrick Demarchelier, Maryna Linchuk replaces Doutzen Kroes as the face of Blumarine’s fall campaign. Focusing on the label’s signature prints and shapes, the advertisements certainly show off the pieces’ movability with Maryna jumping to and fro in each shot.