Urban Outfitters Wild at Heart Campaign

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Urban Outfitters Wild at Heart Campaign
Urban Outfitters Wild at Heart Campaign

Urban Outfitters always releases the most unique and creative campaigns. While normally brands go for simple studio photoshoots or else natural backdrops, this label seems to have an ever-lasting source of inspiration. The fashion retailer comes up with fun and engaging ideas whenever it comes to a venture like this one. I am very much sure there is a whole team working hard on each of the brand’s products, including the advertisements as well. So no wonder we end up with marvelous things like this one. Read on to find out more about the striking Urban Outfitters campaign and see the full list of photos.

 Urban Outfitters Spring Ad Campaign

Urban Outfitters tapped a whole range of young beauties to star in the photoshoot. Teresa Oman, Stella Maxwell, Romee Strijd, and other goddesses stun in a series of very earthy images. The main message of this campaign is that everyone is unique and awesome; yet together we are the power. The way the models have fun on the photos just enhance my assumption.

Magdalena Wosinska lensed the stunners posing against a countryside background. You can see an abandoned barn, farm car, sandy area, tents and lots of laughter. Anyone who spots the photoshoot realizes how much we need socialization and how much we crave people to be with us.

Wild at Heart campaign features stunning outfits, which make you forget all the thoughts that had been on your mind. If you are still not convinced by my appraisal, browse through the gallery and enjoy the funny and creative looks by  Urban Outfitters. I adore all the outfits, but my favorite one features the four models sitting on the roof. They are dressed up in  such a bold way, that you don’t even bother about the height.

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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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