Revolve Clothing Futuristic Fall 2013 Lookbook

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Revolve Clothing Fall 2013 Lookbook
Revolve Clothing Fall 2013 lookbook

Revolve Clothing released another set of magnificent pictures. Looking at the images, I keep wondering where in the world the creative director, or whoever is responsible for the lookbook, found inspiration for such a striking photoshoot. It might be the photographer actually, who should get the credit for the excellent quality. Or else, the model Anais Mali who starred in the lookbook. All right, I have come up with the right answer – everyone, from the stylist to the fashion editor has put enough work into this project. All you have to do is just enjoy the results now.

Revolve Clothing Fall 2013 Lookbook: Anticipating Future

Revolve Clothing tapped the French model  Anais Mali for its Fall 2013 lookbook. The model looks astonishing in all the outfits and ampluas that she is trying on. No matter what hairstyle she wears (from her own sleek black tresses to a neon pink wig), the beauty amazes with charm and beauty.

Christopher Shintani lensed the model, while Marco Rodriguez styled the photoshoot. Credits both for make-up and hairstyle go to Ashlee Rose. Both fashion editor Lindsay Cummins and creative director Sara Saric obviously know what makes a woman look attractive. They offer a wide range of clothing items as well as footwear pieces and accessories. Whatever you choose is easily combined with a different article of clothing, thus getting Revolve Clothing’s items is pretty practical.

Revolve Clothing offers an unrivaled collection of the world’s most coveted brands, providing the highest quality click-and-mortar shopping experience. Since its launch in 2003, Revolve Clothing has since grown into a virtual home for over 500 men’s and women’s designer apparel, shoes and accessories, with impeccable customer service and amenities, where customer satisfaction always comes first.

Revolve Clothing Fall 2013 Lookbook
Revolve Clothing Fall 2013 Lookbook

The pictures were shot at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles. You will spot a great variety of saucy items by brands like Anna Sui, Shakuhachi and T by Alexander Wang. It is a very bold and creative collection for young ladies with high level of individuality and energetic personality. I love the colors as well as the perfect design and gorgeous style.

My favorite outfit of the lookbook is Mariah sequin dress by Parker in alpine green. It is paired with a black shearling moto jacket by Blank NYC and amazing pair of Rebecca Minkoff mabel stingray print heel sandals in black. A delicate belt on the waistline makes this frock look even more striking.

Another look that I like has so much spirit in it! This outfit has an obvious galactic zest, which I like a lot. Who knows, maybe it might become the hottest trend of Spring/Summer 2014. But even if it doesn’t I still want to go for it. I can tell you, it was true love from the very first sight.

This cosmic moto jacket by Funktional is totally mindblowing! Los Angeles-based designer Jennifer Park surely has a perfect taste as well as sense of what is happening today in terms of fashion. We are so fed up with these cliche leather or denim jackets, that something like this can’t leave us untouched. Mason flash croc metallic skirt in rose by Roseanna seem to perfectly match the black top as well as these super saucy Roni MC black suede shoes by Jeffrey Campbell. If anyone spotted me in such an outfit, that someone would definitely rank me as a very stylish and smart person.

Revolve Clothing Fall 2013 lookbook was meant to hit your hearts and occupy your minds. Gorgeous ensembles give us some idea of what a galactic, I would say, futuristic style is about. To fully understand it and to enjoy the beauty of Anais Mali, check out the gallery.

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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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