Cheyenne Tozzi Mambo Goddess Ad Campaign 2010

| 29 January , 2010 | 3 Replies

I apologise for the late post on these gorgeous images of Cheyenne Tozzi for the Summer 2010 Mambo Goddess Ad Campaign but I was holding off posting in the hopes that I would be able to interview Cheyenne for this post seeing as she’s an Aussie model and all.  But unfortunately her agency didn’t get back to me, no response, just ignored, not even politely knocked back, completely ignored.

As you know I’m all about supporting local brands and personalities and it’s very challenging getting Australian brands to embrace the online medium as a reputable media outlet.  It irks me to have to write a negative spiel on my blog, you know that I’m all about cultivating a positive and fun space … anyway, rant over thanks for listening … back to the gorgeously glamboyant Mambo Goddess Cheyenne Tozzi!

The Mambo Goddess Summer 2010 brings an eclectic mix of quirky carnival fever, 90\’s boho galaxy glam and sassy retro mohican style. Colours are bold, fabrics are clashing, textures jarred and prints playful. Multi-coloured water prints are infused with fringing and tasseling are combined with flamboyant and elaborate sexy shapes. The vintage bohemian beach babe toughens up her image with studs and acid wash cotton and denim. Tough yet effortlessly sexy evolves as boho florals are combined with 80\’s super power futurist trend. Carnival, festival inspired prints, tribal & native feathers and exotic flowers are fused with structured shapes to give a futuristic appeal.

This is a gorgeous and fun campaign with Cheyenne and I wish I could have been able to have posted their lookbook for you but … well you know!

Styles:  Kite Runner Dress and Flerty berty Bikini.

Images courtesy of Mambo

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  1. Sassi Sam says:

    It doesn’t work like that … wish it was that simple, some high profiles are easy to access but others aren’t and it’s an Aussie thing going on right now!

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