Free People February 2014 Lookbook

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Free People February 2014 Lookbook
Free People February 2014 Lookbook

Free People released another lookbook to make our mouths water. The brand always manages to present engaging looks which we use as inspiration and model for the our own outfits. What I like the most abou these lookbooks is that they are usually shared monthly or even more often. This gives a lot of opportunity for one to update the daily closet as well as stay in vogue and keep up with the latest trends. Don’t miss this great chance and take a look at the adorable February 2014 catalogue by Free People.

Dree Hemingway and Anais Mali Free People February 2014 Lookbook

This time the label decided to tap a duo instead of one model. The chocie was pretty wise, as the two beauties represent a classic contrast. The elegant charm and appeal of Dree Hemingway seems to fit into the brand’s concept, while Anais Mali exotic appearance looks somewhat unique. Yet, it is called Free People not out of blue. The brand is well known for its fashion tolerance and style flexibility, which is why it has so many fans around the world.

Emma Summerton was responsible for the shooting part and I have to admit she quite succeeded in her mission. The images appear to be very fulfilling and cool, with each of them telling a different story. Neil Moodie  styled the photoshoot, tapping super stylish outfits and accessories, whereas credits for the models’ make-up go to Ayami Nishimura.

You will love all the ensembles featured in the catalogue. Retro touch and bohemian zest mix together in a perfect combination, offering one a wide range of outfits to choose. The models make every piece look even more magnificent and desirable. Take a look at the gallery and see the saucy photos yourself.

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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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