Madewell Spring 2014 Campaign

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Madewell Spring 2014 Campaign
Madewell Spring 2014 Campaign

Madewell is that kind of a brand which does not release new lookbooks and campaigns every other week. And this is the way it should be I guess. For one reason, when you spot numerous catalogues from the same label being shared so often, you start to question the quality of the presented pieces. Also, when you spot the lookbooks just, say, four times a year, their value increases incredibly. And this is exactly the case with Madewell. The company has just directed its Spring/Summer 2014 campaing, being silent for quite a while. Read on to see the striking images of this newest catalogue and enjoy the high style of the retailer.

Spring/Summer 2014 Ads: Madewell

Madewell tapped beautiful Erin Wasson to star in the Spring/Summer 2014 campaign. The stunner poses in a series of fascinating shots that feature lovely outfits. I adore the style of the lookbook a lot, as it allows one to choose from quite a range of saucy clothing pieces and matching accessories. You won’t have a chance to forget this marvelous cmpaign: Madewell has waited for so long for a reason.

One engaging fact about the campaign is that it was lensed at the location in Malta. Sounds very exotic, doesn’t it?  I don’t know a lot of brands who would choose Malta to photograph the ads. Benny Horne was lucky to both see the picturesque scenes of the island state and work with the American model. Credits for the stunner’s gorgeous hair go to Shin Arima

I like all the ensembles offered in the campaign. Whoever was in charge of the photoshoot’s style accomplished the task just perfectly. Looking at the comfy and narrow streets of Malta as well as the stylish outfits donned by Erin I can’t decide what I want more: to visit the sunny place or purchase all the items from Madewell Spring 2014 collection.

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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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