The opulence of Versailles: Camilla & Marc

A bold print of scattered jewels conveys the opulence best: this is a collection inspired by the lavish interiors of Versailles.

It’s the resort 2012 collection from Australia’s Camilla & Marc and it marries the brand’s expertise in clean, easy tailoring with its penchant for youthfully appealing details. This time interiors and architecture are key points of reference, with the decorative opulence of Versailles being drawn on and reinterpreted with a very modern twist.

Nicole Pollard Camilla Marc resort campaign

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Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign
Nicole Pollard: Camilla & Marc Resort '12 campaign

The silhouettes focus on drawing in the waist. Even the outfits that hint towards androgyny – such as a duck egg blue pant suit – keep their feminine shapes in tact, while peplums prove a champion of the collection.

Australian model Nicole Pollard represents the brand to perfection in the Bec Parsons photographed resort campaign. You can view more from the campaign by clicking on the gallery.

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