Looks like Alessandra Ambrosio followed in Behati Prinsloo’s footsteps. The leggy Victoria Secret supermodel is now the new face of Spanish fashion label, Desigual. Ale presented the spring 2015 collection of the brand, dubbed as “La Vida es Chula” in Madrid, Spain, on Thursday. The leggy brunette walked the Desigual runway several outfits while sporting a huge bunny ears scarf on her head — a signature look for the campaign.
Alessandra Ambrosio walks the spring 2015 runway of Spanish label, Desigual, in Madrid, Spain, on September 11, 2014
At the arrivals area, Alessandra kept the same big-bow scarf on her head as she slipped into a colorful top and sheer shorts from the label. She teamed the ensemble with red high-heel sandals and matching red lip color.
Alessandra Ambrosio presents the spring 2015 “La Vida es Chula” campaign of Desigual in Madrid, Spain, on September 11, 2014
Desigual channeled retro for the models’ looks in this collection, and it interestingly worked with the colorful pieces they put out on the catwalk. In fact, even the prints, silhouettes, and mix of colors of the line-up — while fresh and vibrant — seem like they were also inspired by the vintage 50s and 60s.
In a nutshell, the collection was a beautiful mix of modern and retro executed in the most creative, fun, yet elegant way — and highlighted by big bunny ears scarves that were hard to ignore as one model after another walked the runway whiled decked in signature head piece.
If you fancy Ale’s bunny ears head scarf and you think it would be fun to wear with one of your looks this season, simply grab a brightly printed triangle or square scarf that is relatively larger than your usual bandanna. Roll the scarf to create a long strip and tie it around your head like the way you would create a Rockabilly. Here’s a tutorial in case you’re clueless on what to do:
And as for the scarf, here are a couple of pieces from Jonathan Adler that you might want to consider. These are crafted from modal-silk mix and are large enough to recreate Ale’s runway look:
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