Jac + Jack Spring – Australian label Jac + Jack’s spring-summer collection stays true to its heritage of simple yet stylish pieces with an outing of easy separates and varied hues. Stephen Ward photographed the lookbook which features a selection of oversized dresses, slim-fit pants, black and white color-blocking and luxe cashmere knits. This season, the Jac + Jack woman looks to mix and match her wardrobe with these elegant pieces.
New Season – Australian label Jac + Jack enlists one of its own for the brand’s spring 2013 campaign starring Emma Balfour. The blonde model who also serves as a muse to the label appears in a series of raw portraits snapped by Stephen Ward. The collection’s contrast of darkness and light is highlighted in the black and white images.
Keeping it Simple – Australian label Jac + Jack taps Hirschy Hirschfelder for its fall-winter 2013 campaign. Stephen Ward photographs and Trevor Stones styles the model in simple, seated portraits showcasing autumn’s tonal palette of blues and white inspired by the work of photographer John Deakin.
Laid-back Jack – Julia Nobis gets cozy for Australian label Jac + Jack’s spring 2012 campaign lensed by photographer David Armstrong at his home. The spring season is all about unaffected style as shown by Armstrong’s natural lighting and the minimally styled hair and makeup. The spring 2012 collection hits store on July 1st.
Layered Winter – Australia-based label Jac + Jack unveils its winter collection featuring heavy knit sweaters, drapey layers and slouchy trousers. With an eclectic color palette ranging from mint green to pewter to navy, the Jac girl is looking for all the modern staples with a grunge twist for the new season. Amid the selection of knits, winter also offers sheer tops and demure dresses paired with thick platforms.
Mind the Shape – Jac + Jack enlists Ruby Jean Wilson for an elegantly seductive campaign featuring the label’s fall 2012 collection. Captured by Stephen Ward and styled by Trevor Stones, Ruby Jean wears designer Jac Hunt’s sensuous silhouettes which were inspired by old Hollywood glamour. Bringing a modern edge, the shapes become more sleek and streamlined in a wintry palette of pewter, ash and midnight ink.
Versicolor - Julia Nobis is ultra modern in these monochromatic photographs lensed by Stephen Ward for Aussie label Jac + Jack’s High Summer range. The season’s style is all about shape and bright hues while Julia’s hair and make-up is kept simple and sleek.