You can tell Spring has sprung here in L.A., well from the billboards if not from the weather, as new season fashion campaigns abound across the city skyline. Here's a selection of the most stylish creatives that March had to offer.
First up is True Blood's Alexander Skarsgard looking awfully dashing for suit maker Hickey Freeman. Not only does he look great along Sunset Boulevard, but I swear I saw him in person jogging at Runyon Canyon the other day.
From one good looking guy to another. Here's tennis ace, Rafa Nadal, baring his powerful back muscles for this sexy Armani Jeans billboard.
I'm also loving Banana Republic's Journey in Style new season campaign, especially the billboards feature a whole host of young, beautiful people.
Next up is this giant Kate Spade New York billboard which just screams colour and has the added bonus of featuring Bryce Dallas Howard, of The Village, Twilight Eclipse and Spider-man 3 fame.
True Religion's dreamy, sandy shore billboard also caught my eye this month and started me thinking that it'll be beach time soon.
This quirky one-man-band John Varvatos billboard also grabbed my attention, although I think the monkey was one of the main reasons.
Meanwhile these Juicy Couture girls look like they are relaxing into Spring along L.A.'s Sunset Strip.
Another billboard which just screamed summertime, was this fantastic poolside creative for Hale Bob Cabana, which just made me want to rush out and lie in the sun, then cool off with a refreshing swim.
Next, this mono Calvin Klein One billboard really comes out and cleverly grabs your attention as you drive by.
This month was a real personal milestone for me as I ran my first ever marathon.
It seemed like these billboards for Asics sportswear were with me every step of the way, as they lined the course through Hollywood, up Sunset Boulevard and down Santa Monica Boulevard to the finishing line at the ocean.
It was fantastic placement, reaching over 20,000 runners, and I just love the inspiring creative which shows words like 'stress, pain and frustration' being shed from the runners.
The campaign perfectly captures the essence of what running a marathon is like.
Finally, here's a beautifully simple billboard for Chanel, where the watch is the hero. As it looks like my running watch died in the torrential rain during the L.A. Marathon, it appears I'm in the market for a new timepiece.