PrettyLittleThing has officially launched its latest campaign with Canadian model Winnie Harlow!

Prepare to wow and have all eyes on you with our latest edit; PrettyLittleThing, the Winnie Harlow Edit. This Jamaican-Canadian queen is the global fashion brand’s latest IT girl. With a specially curated collection consisting of pieces that not only show Winnie’s eclectic taste and style, these also encapsulate the individuality and body confidence that Winnie exudes.

Our body positivity doll is here with an unreal summer edit that is sure to have you feeling confident and looking fierce! Winnie is here to serve you up an unmissable edit of bold tie-dye prints and vibrant colour-blocking designs that are sure to steal the stares and get temperatures soaring. We are talking bright greens, two-pieces candy pink separates and sunset orange tones all in figure-enhancing silhouettes that are sure to make a statement and see you through all your summer adventures.

Think bright oranges, hot pinks and in-your-face limes to give people something to stare at! Pretending we’re on a tropical vacay, picture triangle bralettes, asymmetric bodycon dresses, ruched skirts and eye-catching bodysuits and corsets. AND giving mesh its moment, PLT and Winnie are serving up printed mesh pieces that are so unique you’ll want one in every style!

Speaking on her collection, Winnie says; “I have absolutely loved curating this edit with the PrettyLittleThing. The collection embraces my sense of style so well and is bright, bold and tropical; everything I would want to wear for summer holidays. I love all the different prints and textures and got to shoot in my dream location in the Bahamas. I hope you guys enjoy wearing these pieces as much as I do!”

Brighten your colour palette this season, with this new fierce and bold collection, that will allow you to strut with sass as you empower yourself and others to embrace their bodies and shine with vibrancy! 

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Another great collaboration filled with eclectic styles can be viewed here.

Published by HOLR Magazine