Kim Noorda is heating up the front cover of Harper's Bazaar Spain June 2010. With sultry undone fashions, this spread is bringing a whole new appeal to the basic white blouse.
Every outfit features two colours: black and white. (Or are they shades?) And Kim Noorda's sexy poses actually make the simple colour combo interesting. Although the white blouse is typical work wear, Harper's Bazaar Spain June 2010 makes it typical anytime wear.
Implications - Consumers gravitate towards simplistic designs because they aren't cognitively difficult to understand. This ease also reflects the designer's consideration of the consumers' need. Corporations wishing to appeal to a broad audience may consider simplifying the designs of their goods.
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