Filled with the designer’s signature bold and brazen designs, the Camilla Franks SS 2011 collection is not for the faint of heart. Since launching her line in 2004, Franks has continued to create vibrant, flamboyant and graphic pieces and this particular spring collection is no different.
The Camilla Franks SS 2011 line features a series of gauzy pieces, from jumpsuits to caftans to gowns, all decked in a melange of bold, bright hues. In this collection you’ll see cobalt blue mixed with red, vibrant citrus combined with purple and everything in between. The campaign photographs for the line, shown here, also feature the models sporting ‘dos as eye-popping as their clothing, in colors like pastel purple and cotton candy pink.
If you aren’t afraid of a little color—or a lot of it for that matter—then the Camilla Franks SS 2011 collection is right up your alley.
Camilla Franks SS 2011 Campaign is a Blur of Brights
1. Bold Print Fashion - There is an opportunity for fashion brands to experiment with bold prints and bright colors to create a striking and vibrant collection.
2. Customizable Colorful Hairdos - There is an opportunity for hair salons and stylists to offer customizable hair coloring options to match with the bold and bright clothing of the fashion industry.
3. Gauzy Pieces - There is an opportunity for textile companies to experiment with gauzy materials in vibrant colors to cater to the demand of bold and colorful clothing in the fashion industry.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry has the opportunity to explore designs and collections with bold prints and bright colors to cater to the growing demand for statement pieces.
2. Hair Salon Industry - The hair salon industry has the opportunity to offer customizable, bold and bright hair color options that complement the matching color themes of the current fashion industry.
3. Textile Industry - The textile industry has the opportunity to experiment with gauzy and lightweight materials in bold and vibrant colors to cater to the demand for statement pieces in the fashion industry.