How wonderful to see Barbara modelling for a new client! And the pictures are quite beautiful. I thought she looked a little...thin in her most recent Reitmans campaign, but that must have just been the photography, because here we see the curvaceous Barbara Brickner that we all know and love.
Also, her hair appears a little longer, which always adds so much to her look.
Here she is in a long-sleeve red tee:
Be sure to go the product pages and click on the "view larger" button, to get a much sharper, clearer look at the pictures.
Barbara really fills out this rust-coloured jacket, as only she can.
See, that's how the curves of a true plus-size model can make a basic item look voluptuously feminine.
Here she is in an elegant black top. Very commanding expression, yet still feminine.
The Bon-Ton is featuring a number of items in interesting animal prints, such as this "crocodile" style,
and this "cheetah" top. Notice that trademark feline glance of hers. No wonder The Bon-Ton selected Barbara to model an item based on a rapacious, wild judgle cat.
I'm not crazy about animal prints, but they really work on Barbara, because they suggest the wild, passionate nature she has, lurking beneath her serene demeanour.
You get that sense of serenity in this picture of Barbara looking cuddly in this cute, comfy sweater:
This item is pretty and feminine:
And here's one more- a grey top:
I don't think I'd be paying attention to these pieces at all if Barbara wasn't modelling them. She has a unique ability to make anything look sexy and wearable. She looks every bit as gorgeous as ever, and I hope The Bon-Ton features more of her in the future.