Karen Millen watches - new advertising campaign launched

First published: 21-08-2009

Karen Millen watches could be boosted as part of a new advertising campaign featuring a well-known American supermodel.

Missy Rayder is part of the "super-glamorous" shoot, who has worked for Gap, Vera Wang, Burberry and Kenneth Cole, with the new Karen Millen piece being shot in London by Miguel Riveriego and being styled by none other than Love magazine's editor Victoria Young.

Explaining the piece, the company said: "The images focus on the season's key themes; leather, slick tailored separates and stunning signature jackets."

Karen Millen continued: "Rich mixtures of textures appear throughout with combinations of shine and matt alongside lush embellishment."

According to the fashion house, the thigh-high boot is going to be all the rage while to accessorise, women can do themselves more justice by matching their clothes with fringed and studded pieces.

Last week, the jeans fit guide was released by Karen Millen to help ladies find the perfect cut for themselves.


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