Zara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

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Zara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Zara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Zara is among the other brands which have released their Spring 2014 ad campaings so far. What I like the most about such updates is that they give us a lot of room for inspiration and style search. Those ladies who like to prepare for a new season ahead always look forward to such campaigns. No wonder, they offer so many stylish looks that it is impossible to resist any of them. Zara Spring/Summer 2014 campaign was not an exception. Take a look at the gorgeous photos and outfits by the Spanish brand.

Zara Spring/Summer 2014 Ads: The Four Beauties

I wonder how on earth the style directors come up with the ads as impressive and fascinating as this one. Zara did a great job on combining the beauty of nature with the charm of the models. By the way, there are four stunners instead of one who are tapped in the photoshoot. All the ladies stun with their awesome talent as well as enchanting features. You will be totally overwhelmed by the way all the outfits are presented in this campaign.

Amanda Murphy, Ashleigh Good, Kirstin Liljegren and Mijo Mihaljcic were lensed by famous Patrick Demarchelier. The photographer managed to capture the strong appeal of both the models and the clothing pieces by Zara. The backdrops add a specific zest to the whole image. How can one, for instance, not fall in love with adorable picture of the two beauties framed by huge and multiple plants?

The collection showcased in the ads brings in a very spring mood. I believe this was the intention. Otherwise, why would the label include natural objects into the photoshoot? Anyway, I am pretty positive that you will love the campaign a lot. So take a look at the gallery and enjoy the fashion of Spring 2014 in Zara’s interpretation.

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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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