Clearly appealing to the business in businesswomen, the Lily China Spring 2014 ad campaign showcases a slew of office-appropriate ensembles that nevertheless don't compromise a woman's style or femininity. Full of bright pastel colors, smart tailoring and just the right amount of leg action, the looks will undoubtedly turn heads with the right amount of respect and appreciation.
The Lily China Spring 2014 ad campaign stars top model Barbara Palvin. The Hungarian beauty travelled to Singapore to pose in front of photographer John Wright's lens. Surreally interacting with giant a typewriter, pen and clock, the face of L’Oreal is given an additional playful element that helps to lighten up these looks even more. There is no way that the outfits can be deemed stuffy, which is perfect for the season of renewal.
The Lily China Spring 2014 Campaign Stars Barbara Palvin
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