Are we big fans of hot pink bandage dresses with puffball tulle sleeves, or double denim ensembles adorned with chunky gold chains? Not particularly. But sometimes all it takes to make something appeal is a great model. And Lanca Perfume‘s Spring 2011 campaign has a trio of them. Catherine McNeil, Marloes Horst and Karmen Pedaru make the shoot more than worth a look – and…
Appearing with a perfect combination of sheer and leather clothing whilst featuring the amazing trio of Malgosia Bela, Mariacarla Boscono and Catherine McNeil the first shot from Givenchy‘s latest ad campaign has left us longing for more.
There’s no shortage of colour – or indeed of glittering sequins – in Louis Vuitton‘s Resort 2010 offering. Of all the looks modeled by a glamorous and slick-haired Catherine McNeil we most appreciate the safari-inspired pieces – like the short-sleeve jacket seen below – and one particular blue pleated leather tunic. Click on the image to see the full collection
We’ve seen Catherine McNeil looking glamorous poolside for H&M Magazine’s summer issue; but if you’re after something a little more casual and bohemian, the retail giant also have that area covered. There are bright prints and flowing long florals; but by far my favourite looks on duo Skye Stracke and Lindsay Ellingson are the soft powdery blues that mimic the cloudless sky.
Cutaway swimsuits and animal print kaftans… that’s what poolside glamour is all about, if we’re to believe H&M‘s Summer 2010 magazine. But more than anything the pictorial of Catherine McNeil proves sometimes simple is best; like some exotic gold jewellery or a simple sheer black dress.
There’s enough denim to clothe an army of Guess models, and more Catherine McNeil than we’ve seen in a long time. There’s double denim, and yes sometimes even triple denim. And yet Vogue Germany manages to pull off the denim-overload with minimal casualties.
Nautical stripes, preppy blazers, sailor pants and heels. In a superb picture of nautical glamour, Patrick Demarchelier shoots Catherine McNeil for January 2010′s Vogue UK. And if you’re still not sure about the practical uses for hot pants then maybe this is a way to go: nautical and swimwear inspired, with a vintage feel.