Lingerie is something I will never get tired of looking at. I can literally spend forever in the lingerie store or browsing through photos of the newest bra collection. I am pretty sure you have exactly the same attitude. No wonder, what else can make us happy, if not a precious piece of handcrafted lace and silk? If you were looking for something to keep you busy before this Friday is officially over, here is Blush Fall 2013 campaign to make your day.
Samantha Gradoville for Blush Lingerie Fall 2013 Campaign
Blush is a lingerie brand based in Montreal, Canada. It was founded in 1988 by Edward N. Ajmo, who then entrusted the leadership of the company to his children, Justin and Tiffany. The Blush team manages to fullfill its original mission as well as put fashion vision of both generations into life :
We promise to provide flirtatious and affordable luxury to women worldwide with the creation of sensual, voluptuous, and urbane intimates. Each piece in the collection highlights the outstanding quality and workmanship found only at Blush. Our style inspires women to embrace their unique sense of self with complete assurance and a flair for playfulness. Contemporary women are at the very heart of the Blush story where fashion, individuality, and refinement play key roles. Blush women are poised and on the go, with a keen sense of what to wear and how to wear it.
For its Fall 2013 campaign, Blush taps American model Samantha Gradoville. Max Abadian lensed the beauty posing in a manor against various backdrops. Credits for the make-up and hair go to Genevieve Lenneville. Samantha looks effortlessly luxurious in all the pieces she donned for the photoshoot. Lace, atlas, chiffon and satin, perfectly handcrafted and decorated, stress the model’s voluptuous curves and make us want to try on every single piece.
The color palette varies from classic black to seductive red. Shades of blue and purple as well as leopard and zebra prints are also featured in the ads. In addition to the gorgeous bras and panties, Samantha sports a range of beautiful corsets. Magnificent jewelry pieces, selected by stylist Annie Horth, complement each look and add a touch of luxury to the whole photoshoot.
Blush Fall 2013 campaign has definitely met its initial goal: we are impressed and tempted with all the pieces featured in the ads. I bet, now you have a strong desire to quit whatever you were doing and invade the closest Blush store. I am not to restrain you, ladies, for I have exactly the same urge.
- edward ajmo