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Prints for spring

True to its brand DNA, and quite literally its name, Plains and Prints launches a spring collection featuring its first-ever signature print. 

Plains and Prints co-founder Roxanne Farillas (right) with influencer Rei Germar
The brand’s new Print Collective introduces the Spring Harvest print that features fruitfulness, elegance, and “stepping out to embrace the boundless beauty of nature.”

“Prints have always been embedded in our aesthetic and DNA,” says Plains and Prints co-founder Roxanne Farillas. “The Spring Harvest print is a testimony to our brand heritage and strong suit of our team.” 

The Spring Harvest print in wrap dress
The local fashion brand’s new design is translated into various methods and surface treatments, manipulating color, texture, size, and silhouette to explore its versatility. The result is a range of stylish dresses, tops, trousers, and accessories that blooms with the season. 

To kick off the release of The Print Collective: Spring Harvest Collection, Plains and Prints has partnered with digital influencer Rei Germar, who gave her own youthful spin to the collection. 

A version of the print on a sleeveless top
The Spring Harvest Collection is now available at all Plains and Prints boutiques nationwide. 

Topics: Plains and Prints , Roxanne Farillas , Spring Harvest Collection
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