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Lily Aldridge readies new line for Velvet
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Mar '14
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c: Lily Aldridge for Velvet
Lingerie model Lily Aldridge is back again with her second collection for the Los Angeles-based contemporary casual clothing brand Velvet by Graham & Spencer.
 
The Victoria’s Secret Angel’s new Spring/Summer 2014 line features an array of easy, effortlessly cool daywear pieces in bright cheerful hues. 
 
The capsule collection includes versatile wardrobe staples with each item named after one of the closest friends of the 28-year-old model.
 
The line features a neon yellow bodycon number, Breton-striped T-shirts, plaid shirts, casual jumpers, pink denim shorts, faded leopard-print jackets, loose-fitted sheer knitwear, printed sundresses and a classic pair of jeans.
 
Before turning a designer for the American brand, Aldridge had been regularly appearing in the label’s campaigns since 2004.
 
Launched in 1997, Velvet by Graham & Spencer, owned by designer duo Jenny Graham and Toni Spencer, offers stylish high quality T-shirts, tanks and tops that embody the laid-back lifestyle of west coast.
 

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