Ondria Hardin for Marc Jacobs Daisy

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Hannah Holman. Frida Gustavvsson. And now Ondria Hardin. As Marc Jacobs says his farewells at Louis Vuitton, releasing the Spring 2014 Campaign for the brand today featuring the muses of Jacobs, he leaves us with more to look forward to at Marc Jacobs and Marc by Marc Jacobs, (after sadly not going to Coach after his departure at Vuitton), with a Campaign video for the Iconic perfume Daisy, starring one of his current muses, Ondria Hardin. Directed by Sofia Coppola, the video to me, feels very fresh, subtle, and just oh-so-Chic; Hardin gracefully prancing through a field picks up flowers along the way, and finds a spot to lay down and look at the Beauty of Spring. Definately a Spring favorite of mine to do, you know you feel that sensual feeling of freedom, eve just watching the video.

Enjoy!

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The Salvatore Ferragamo Girl is Ready to go on a Safari this Spring

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Using Luxurious Python, and an Hourglass Silohuette, Salvatore Ferragamo‘s Massimiliano Giornetti designs a Beautiful Spring collection, making me wish I could go on an expeditioToni Bali, and then the next day end up on the streets in Milan.

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The python, leather, and the Gladiator sandals really the collection such a Chic, Safari vibe seen throughout many of the Spring collections. While the Sophisticated trench coats, and Flowy dresses bring a Chic, more Romantic and City Girl like vibe. And who doesn’t want those knee high python boots for Fall?

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Pictured: Magdalena Jasek, Juliana Schurig, Ondria Hardin, and Massimiliano Giornetti

All Things Sweet at Sportmax Spring 2014

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For Spring, Sportmax took a Sweet route with an array of polka dotted ensembles in: Black, White, and my favorite Ballet Pink. And the models all sported Beautiful opened toe pumps in shades of: Black, White, Emerald, and Ballet Pink with none other than a cotton ball on the top of the pump. A pair of shoe I dream of owning.

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Many designers this season have been going more feminine, Romantic and Sweet routes this season, the polka dots at Sportmax, really bring a reminscene to Marc JacobsLouis Vuitton collaboration with Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama. That was all things polka dots.

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The hair is left down Natural, and Wavy. Models sporting Natural makeup, with a Sweet Pink lip. Perfectly fitting Sportmax’s All Things Sweet theme.

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Pictured: Esther Heesch, Irina Kravencho, Grace Mahary, and Ondria Hardin

Francesco Scognamiglio Channels Femininty with a Twist for Spring 2014

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Lace. Black. Floral Prints. White. Lavender. And Ruffles. Make Francesco Scognamiglio’s Spring 2014 so feminine and Romantic as it is. Seen throughout all of the cities so far, many designers have designing collections with this very Glamour and Romantic vibe. So feminine staples are definitely in the air.

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But in a swirl of collections filled with a Glamour and Romance vibe, Scognamiglio really makes his collection stand out, incorporating his signature ruffles into the collection. With many of his tied at the waist, each endhi with a fun ruffle, really giving the collection a Beautiful twist. But what makes his collection really stand out is the Edgy white and black ankle boots, seen on all the models. Really giving the collection a Stunning Edgy twist, without losing that Glamour and Romance vibe.

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The Lace evening gowns at the end of Scognamiglio’s collection really look Haute Couture like. Wonder who will be first to sport one of Scognamiglio’s creations on the Red Carpet.

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Pictured: Ondria Hardin, Anna Ewers, Sasha Luss, Liu Wen, Irina Kravencho, Hedvig Palm, Nadja Bender, Julia Nobis and Francesco Scognamiglio