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Lily Aldridge x Velvet Redefine Laid-Back Luxe — & You Can Win It All!

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    Lily Aldridge — supermodel, mother, and now, designer. Proving there's no limit to her expanding résumé, Aldridge is lending her boho, rock-and-roll glamour to Velvet's collection of contemporary basics for its debut collaboration for spring '13. Exciting, but not entirely a no-brainer (Aldridge has known Velvet's creative directors, Jenny Graham and Toni Spencer, for almost 10 years), the new collection proves to be nothing short of the chill-yet-chic appeal that the model and the brand are both know for.

    The collection is full of easy-going-with-an-edge spring pieces, crafted in soft fabrics, including sheer and breathable jersey and the highest quality of cotton modal slub. Plus, all the items have been personally named by Aldridge after her close family and friends, and priced affordably — between $50 to $200 — so you can stock up for you and yours without a heavy blow to the savings account.

    To celebrate the collection's release, R29 has teamed up with Velvet to give one lucky winner all 14 pieces from the coveted spring '13 collab. Yep, that means that every item from the model-designed line can be headed your way. Simply submit your entry below, click through the gorgeous limited-edition range, and keep those fingers crossed!

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