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GUESS Holiday 2015 Collection!

New York, NY – This Holiday, GUESS introduces an advertising campaign featuring GUESS Girls, Grace Elizabeth and Megan Williams shot alongside Jacey Elthalion in a mesmerizing sequence of photographs showcasing the most sought after looks for the holiday season. 

The campaign, directed by Paul Marciano, Chief Creative Officer for GUESS?, Inc. and shot by fashion photographer Rayan Ayash and styled by Satoshi Hirota, captures the models photographed against a deep red lacquered backdrop accompanied by beautiful oversized tropical flowers. The bold set and interesting use of lighting and shadows, along with upscale styling and elongated poses come together to create a glamourous collection of images. 

This season’s women’s collection is filled with an extensive selection of head-turning dresses with intricate sequin, fringe and bead detailing, perfect for upcoming seasonal soirees.   Stand-outs from the line include a duo of full-length lace and chiffon dresses available in red and black and strapless sequin dresses in sleek silver and deep blue. Romantic black and red Sumie flower printed tops and dresses and a snakeskin shift dress are statement pieces that add a daring element to your wardrobe. 

For the GUESS Guy, holiday mixes a variety of textures in a darker color palette including burgundy velvet blazers, charcoal wool button-down cardigans and black faux-leather bomber jackets.  Refined button-downs are offered in various colors and patterns and are a classic staple piece that will carry over from season to season. 

To check the new collection please visit GUESS store at PHOENIX MARKETCITY BANGALORE.

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Mohan Erappa

July 05, 2016 at 12:20 pm

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