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Year in Reverse: Spring Awakening



A Look Back at Fashion’s Finest in 2011

Part III of a retrospective series, “Year in Reverse: Spring Awakening” presents a look back at Fashion’s best of Spring 2011 print campaigns.

The king of imagery, McQueen signals Spring- butterflies included.

Instead of singling out the year’s most inspired, daring, and haute shades, shapes, and silhouettes, Amelie G has compiled a visual tour of 2011 trends through the sartorial lenses of fashion’s finest via their sometimes shocking, often sexy, and always stylish print campaigns.

The bloom speaks for itself in O'2 nd's Spring campaign

Lagerfeld behind the lens shines for Fendi Spring.

 

Have a favorite Spring campaign? Share it with us!

 

 

 

 

Crisp, clean, great, Givenchy.

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