Revolve Clothing Spring 2014 Campaign

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Revolve Clothing Spring 2014 Campaign
Revolve Clothing Spring 2014 Campaign

Revolve Clothing shared a fantastic campaign that will blow your mind the moment you see it. The most amazing thing about these ads is despite its very plain background, the photoshoot appeared to be super engaging. How is that possible, one migh wonder? Everything is possible when it comes to the world of fashion. The hint lies here with the model – if you have a beauty with incredibly appealing charm and sexy allure, then you don’t need anything else. And this is exactly the case with Revovle Clothing. Read on to see all the photos of the hot campaign!

Revolve Clothing  THENEWNEW Spring 2014 Ads

Emily Ratajkowski was tapped by the brand to star in this magnificent campaign. This is not her first collaboration with Revolve Clothing, so the designers knew what they were going for. I bet, the beauty didn’t let the creative director down at all. Actually, this is how Michael Mente – owner of REVOLVE – commented on their model choice:

Selecting Emily was an easy decision as she perfectly embodies our girl.She is sexy and stylish; but after getting to know her, as a veteran REVOLVE model, it became clear that she was not only beautiful but ambitious and confident – everything that our customer values and aspires to be.

The stunner models clothing pieces in casual style. Such brands as Paige Denim, IRO and Lovers+Friends are featured in the ads. My favorite look is made up by bleached boyfriend jeans, striped black and white crop top, red leather jacket and elegant black pumps. This ensemble is so cool and bright, that I couldn’t think of anything else, once I saw it. I am sure this will not happen to you, however, you might fall for something different. Check out the gallery to see what speaks to you the most.

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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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