Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran

mona fp2 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran

Grecian EscapeFree People goes to Greece for its December catalogue starring Mona Johannesson in relaxed shapes and bohemian patterns. Captured by Enric Galceran, Mona is a Grecian goddess in casual boots, lightweight layers and denim jackets in neutral hues. Carefree hair by Patrice Delaroche and sun-kissed makeup by Deanna Hagan give Mona the perfect getaway look for the holidays.

mona fp1 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp3 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp4 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp5 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp6 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp7 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp8 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp9 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp10 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran
mona fp11 Mona Johannesson for Free People December 2011 Catalogue by Enric Galceran

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  • Insuline

    This is pretty good, actually love it.

  • angrybird

    kinda tired of “free people”
    they’ve got their own style, but they make absolutely the same lookbooks and clothing from season to season 

  • megan howard

    The clothing isn’t really for me but I LOVE the styling, hair and make-up. Beautiful.

  • christi johnson

    I’ve seen much better from Free People. This seams to me like what their customer would wear to the airport… there doesn’t seem to be any sort of concept or direction like the line usually has. 

    http://sleepydarlings.blogspot.com

  • christi johnson

    I’ve seen much better from Free People. This seams to me like what their customer would wear to the airport… there doesn’t seem to be any sort of concept or direction like the line usually has. 

    http://sleepydarlings.blogspot.com