It’s all about sophistication, refinement and a modern touch. Prepare to be taken away into the world of luxury and elegance with the latest Elie Tahari spring/summer 2012 ad campaign, featuring supermodel Alyssa Miller. For their spring 2012 campaign, the luxurious brand has given preference to classiness and femininity expressed through a much daring color palate that ideally meets the hottest fashion trends. It’s simply impossible to stay indifferent to all those ultra-voguish, sophisticated, creative and high-class looks, which have a great power to transform even the simplest woman into a real goddess.
A well-defined emphasis on the silhouettes, bold color palette and vivid prints is the main fashion concept Elie Tahari has adopted for the spring/summer 2012 collection. Femininity and confidence are other attributes, which make the collection so exceptional and exciting. Dresses seem to be the main staples brought by the high-end label for the warm season, no matter it’s a monochrome one or a chic, printed item.
Although it’s not necessary to go for mixed prints to leave a huge impact, the Elie Tahari spring/summer 2012 campaign shows that it can certainly look alluring and unique, if done in the proper way. Mixing wild animal prints with two daring hues, the label is trying to prove that taking a few fashion risks can certainly lead to unique and stand-out looks that turn heads instantly. However, the collection also brings more modest and simpler options, for all those, who don’t like to be the center of everyone’s attention.
In the era, when a special importance is given to fashion accessories, Elie Tahari simply couldn’t overlook their importance. Here too we can observe the same refinement and sophistication maintained. As a result, the Elie Tahari spring/summer 2012 collection presents oversized envelope bags or high heel sandals. When it comes to the accessory choices, the brand keeps the adequate balance between textural and chromatic highlights, which are known to always lead to spectacular results.
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