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Marks & Spencer Leading Ladies Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

We are glad to present to you a brand new, exciting campaign that’s made to impress! Of course we are talking about the new Marks & Spencer spring/summer 2014 campaign! Captured by famous photographer Annie Leibovitz and including beloved starts such as Emma Thompson, Annie Lennox, Rita Ora, Alek Wek, Doreen Lawrence, Lulu Kennedy, Rachel Khoo and Roma Agrawal no wonder why ‘Leading Ladies” is the title of it!

As the representatives of the label explain the celebs chosen to pose for the campaign weren’t chosen accidentally as they had a mission which was to perfectly show that all ensembles offered by the brand can perfectly work for any style preference! Moreover as the M&S executive director of marketing and business development Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne mentions: “These dynamic leading ladies represent the unique and diverse women of a modern Britain. They are united in their extraordinary achievements but confident in their differences.” And adds: “Marks & Spencer is a democratic brand that is relevant to women of all ages and strands of life; it is therefore natural for M&S to celebrate women in this way. M&S is extremely proud to have convened such an extraordinary group of exceptional women; this campaign is the embodiment of true British style, quality, diversity and success,”

Thus, the new Marks & Spencer spring/summer 2014 campaign brings into the spotlight a series of soft feminine ensembles that stand out for their versatility and eye-catching style! In fact being divided into four main categories of versatile pieces, romantic feminine, abtract printed and metallic ones the new Marks & Spencer spring/summer 2014 collection can definitely be marked a mix of the most popular fashion trends of this spring/summer 2014!

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