Cara Delevingne Heads to Miami for Reserved's Spring 2013 Campaign

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published March 7, 2013


Miami Moment – After appearing in the brand’s lookbook, model Cara Delevingne stars in the spring 2013 campaign form Polish fashion label, Reserved. The theme of the new advertisements is “Be Inspired” which aims to show the new season’s looks in everyday settings with some retro elements from the 80’s and 90’s. Cara poses for Mateusz Stankiewicz’s lens in sunny Miami, Florida, where she enchants in wearable separates ranging from casual denim to elegant lace.





















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