Anthropologie Vietnam Lookbook 2014

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Eniko Mihalik for Anthropologie Vietnam Lookbook 2014
Eniko Mihalik for Anthropologie Vietnam Lookbook 2014

Anthropologie  released a new lookbook which was shot at a very unusual location. While most of the photoshoots are being lensed at home, this brand decided to go beyond the set limits. What you will see here is something more than just saucy outfits and pretty models. You will also have a chance to enjoy the Vietnamese culture, since this is exactly where the new catalogue was shot. Scroll down to get acquainted with the oriental sides as well as get a full insight on Anthropolgie lookbook.

Anthropologie Lookbook 2014: Breaking the Standards

Eniko Mihalik was tapped by Anthropologie to star in its latest lookbook. The Hungarian beuaty perfectly fit into the photoshoot’s concept as she presented an enchanting contrast. Whenever a European beauty walks along the cosy streets of Vietnam, there is nothing to expect but for a miracle. The stunner poses agaisnt different backdrops, which all reflect the East-Asian charm. My favorite setting is the blue boat loaded with tons of veggies and fruits. The scene itself looks very engaging, but with Eniko lying right on the top of the 3-D still life it becomes totally iresistible.

The lookbook was photographed by Diego Uchitel, while the credits for style go to Akari Endo. Hanjee and Yuka were responsible for the model’s hair and make-up respectively. I adore all the outfits showcased in the catalogue. From saucy dresses with oriental prints to maxi skirts with a bohemian touch, these ensembles are all super cool. There is no way one will stay indifferent after checking out the magnificent lookbook by Anthropologie. Use your chance to dive into the endless beauty of Eniko, saucy outfits by the American brand and fascination of Vietnamese sights.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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