Kocca Taps Bregje Heinen for Fall 2013 Campaign by Hunter & Gatti

KOC 01 Kocca Taps Bregje Heinen for Fall 2013 Campaign by Hunter & Gatti

Urban Marina – Italian brand Kocca enlists Dutch model Bregje Heinen for its fall 2013 campaign shot at Barcelona’s Port Forum marina. Creative duo Hunter & Gatti lensed and art directed the autumn advertisements which reflect the urban-inspired collection. Bregje poses in a stylish mix of denim, heavy knits, outerwear and plaids in the outdoor images. / Makeup by Frank Garret, Hair by Paco Garrigues

KOC 02 Kocca Taps Bregje Heinen for Fall 2013 Campaign by Hunter & Gatti

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KOC 09 Kocca Taps Bregje Heinen for Fall 2013 Campaign by Hunter & Gatti


  • http://www.timothyroper.com/ Timothy

    Love the casual sophistication of it (well, except for those horrible sweat pants).

  • Alison

    I LOVE bregje, she is one of my favorite models of all time.

    http://chasingsstyle.blogspot.in/

  • http://nl.linkedin.com/pub/thomas-stevens/5a/5a/260/ Thomas Stevens

    I’m on the fence…I like that we get to see a slightly different side of Bregje, but overall the images look quite amateur-ish, no? From that weird clunky hand-on-shoe in 3rd image, that crops up again in 6th image, where the dress bulges up, badly, above the belt, to the horribly visible neck strain in 4th image, making the pose look really uncomfortable, i’m not sure if the one responsible for picking these was doing their job accordingly.

    • Albert

      amateur???, envy?

      • http://nl.linkedin.com/pub/thomas-stevens/5a/5a/260/ Thomas Stevens

        I take it you must have misread my comment, because it wasn’t meant in any vile way regarding the work itself, nor was there any envy or jealousy involved, just stating my opinion.

  • Nevena