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The advertising campaign for spring summer 2012 Zara

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Maybe the snow these days you will feel, but also Zara reminds us that spring is indeed coming and put away coats, hats and moon boots, it’s time to update your wardrobe! Zara offers us images of the new advertising campaign dedicated to the next Spring Summer 2012 and according to photos dell’adv, dominant colors are white and black and will look the prevalence of forms and transparencies garçon daring, as well as prints Vintage not bad. Let’s take a look together at the campaign!
The advertising campaign for spring summer 2012 Zara
Despite it being a trademark of economic fashion, Or perhaps because of this, the Spanish fashion giant is having increasing success among fashionistas and surprise surprise, even among the celebrities As we have shown on several occasions the enhancement vivaxa sisters Pippa and Kate Middleton.
The advertising campaign for spring summer 2012 Zara
The strength of a brand like this, collaborations in part, is right in proposing to lower prices and must have the same trends we saw on the catwalk or that in general the scope of the luxury brands.

So even for the new collection Spring Summer 2012, Against time with the other lines that have rewarded the colored blocks, Zara offers us some very interesting news.
The advertising campaign for spring summer 2012 Zara
In the pictures you see in total black look that reward transparency is intriguing for top that for the pants and clothes, Total white outfit in the antipodes, or in other neutral colors always characterized by the cuts. A collection a bit ‘”tomboy chic” the latest in Zara, what do you think?

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