Op fall 2011 : The great Outdoors

Mark sailing, Brenda song, Chord overstreet, Kate Graham, Rob Kardashian and Aly Michalka showing off their love for the outdoors in their latest campaign for the beach brand op ! The stars embark on a adventurous camping journey where they fired up a campfire, roasted marshmellows , hike and even had a sleeping bag race!  The collection is now on shelves in walmart 🙂 

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