Megan Park Fall 2014 Campaign

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Megan Park Fall 2014 Campaign
Megan Park Fall 2014 Campaign

If you are not familiar with this name, no woriies. I am here to save your world. Megan Park is an Australian designer who releases collections worth to die for. This stunning lady somehow knows what it is that makes the ladies happy. If you see her looks just once, there is no way you can forget them. So scroll down and enjoy the saucy outfits of Megan Park Fall 2014 Campaign.

Megan Park Fall 2014 Campaign: Australian Fashion

While we don’t hear that much about the Australian fashion, I thought it would be nice for you to learnsomething valuable about this huge country. Megan Park is also recognized on the international level, as it impossible to not notice such a splendid beauty and style.

Every item in Megan Park’s collection is designed and developed in-house and is exclusive. Each fabric is hand-dyed according to the season’s palette, before being stretched over a frame for embroidery, and finally the garment is assembled by hand. Printing techniques employed include hand block and hand screen-printing, each colour individually applied under the trained eye of the printer who keeps up a steady, seamless pattern. Renowned for her artisan’s touch, Megan Park creates a collection that mixes the ancient traditions and craft of hand embroidery with the cuts, shapes and fabrics of today to create heirlooms of the future.

Browse through the gallery below to see some more of Megan Park Fall 2014 campaign. I am pretty sure you will adore the collection as well as the setting of the ads. Both create a very sunny mood and make you forget about any troubles that were bothering you. I bet this is not the last time this designer’s name will be mentioned here, so look for our updates and stay in touch!

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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