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There were plenty of neutrals and army khaki on the spring runway to get your closet filled with basics. But if you're looking to add a little punch to your wardrobe, the trend for you is spring's bright prints. This season there was everything from little liberty prints to large tropical prints, but what really stood out is the psychedelic florals shown at Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Marni. Flower prints got some cool factor by going trippy and acid laced leaving the florals barely recognizable. While it's still breezy out, throw on a printed dress with black tights for a girly, yet futurist feel. For an extra twist, try DKNY's garden romper in a dizzying sequin floral print. Later in the summer, hit the beach in an extra large floral bandeau bikini, and hit the town in Single€™s watercolor printed strapless dress. Whatever you choose, it's sure to leave a dizzying impression. Check out the SLIDESHOW to see more psychedelic floral prints.
She may have been dismissed from Louis Vuitton, but Madonna didn't waste any time getting another high-fashion gig. This time she's playing a sexy Italian housewife in a Dolce & Gabbana ad campaign. I have a feeling Madonna doesn't generally participate in any of the activities she's seen doing in her new ads. For instance, washing dishes? Peeling onions? Even eating pasta. Something tells me Madonna just doesn't do a whole lot of household chores. Nor does she eat a lot of carbs. But she sure looks good doing all these things in the ads! In fact, I would say the 51-year-old looks younger and prettier than ever! And she certainly has the perfect cleavage! The ads are for the Spring/Summer 2010 campaign and were photographed by Steven Klein. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have said, "to have Madonna in our campaign is a dream come true." Do you think she'll help the brand sell? Check back with our friends at LimeLife for a slideshow of Madonna through the years!