Limited Edition – Free People unveiled its capsule collection of six limited edition holiday dresses exclusively on Pinterest earlier today. The lookbook images star models Alyssa Miller, Sheila Marquez and Dorothea Barth Jorgensen in a romantic selection of dresses featuring Victorian lace, leather and stud trim as well as feminine appliques. Each style is made in fifty to one hundred and fifty units with pricing ranging from $350.00 to $650.00.
Off Duty Style – If you have ever seen street style snaps of models after a runway show or just going about town, then you know how cool model off duty style is. For Lulu’s latest fall lookbook, the boutique highlights classic “off duty” staples like knitwear, leather jackets and simple tees with these images photographed by creative team JUCO Photo. Models Veronica Zoppolo and Kate Harrison pose in the streets of Los Angeles wearing vegan leathers, ankle booties and crop top styles.
Style Sights – Zara offers a look at its latest styles with the brand’s September-October style book starring models Franzi Mueller, Antonina Vasylchenko, Irina Kulikova, Alison Nix and more. The girls pose like they are waiting outside of a fashion show in autumn trends including plaid, boxy coats and leather jackets. For accessories, the group rocks oversized clutches and mannish ankle boots.
Marant for H&M – Before the collection hits stores on November 14th, here is the first part of the Isabel Marant for H&M lookbook starring models Andreea Diaconu, Alek Wek, Milla Jovovich, Iselin Steiro, Malgosia Bela and French singer Lou Doillon. The girls all wear the French designer’s signature boyish and rock and roll style with boxy jackets, long cardigans and leather pants that look like the perfect fall essentials. For accessories, you can look forward to shoes, jewelry and scarves.
Lost in Tokyo – Free People regular Elsa Hosk is joined by Japanese model Eimi Kuroda for the fashion brand’s October catalogue shot on location in Tokyo. Guy Aroch snapped the two beauties on the streets of Tokyo and indoors in city cool looks such as leather jackets, denim coats and maxi-length skirts in the colorful images. Accessories like large belts, beanies and gold jewelry complete Eimi and Elsa’s autumn wardrobe.
Spring Lover – Los Angles-based brand Lovers + Friends taps Hailey Clauson for its spring 2014 collection, photographed on Venice Beach. The bold colors and street style inspired aesthetic are a perfect fit for the California locale. Chris Shintani and Sara Saric photographed the beautiful blonde in a mix of tropical prints, lacy tops and lightweight knitwear with cool shades and vibrant accessories.
Autumn Essentials – Online fashion retailer THEOUTNET has released its third collection for its in-house line, Iris & Ink. The new fall-winter season features cool and contemporary essentials such as oversized leather totes, luxe cashmere knits and skinny-fit jeans. The line is perfect for mixing and matching with looks already in your existing wardrobe. Prices start at $35.00 for shirts and go up to $1,400.00 for a shearling coat. You can shop the new Iris & Ink collection here.
H&M’s 2013 Design Winner – H&M’s annual design prize for talent on the rise, the H&M Design Award, has picked 27 year-old graduate from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Minju Kim, as its 2013 winner. The designer was afforded the opportunity to design nine clothing pieces and two accessories for a line that will be available in select H&M stores starting on October 17th. It will also be available at Opening Ceremony in New York, Los Angeles and London.
The lookbook images star French model Anais Pouliot and Marikka Juhler shot by Benjamin Vnuk. Kim’s designs bring manga to life with playful and colorful designs including dresses and sweaters. “These pieces by Minju Kim show H&M’s commitment to the future of design and to helping move fashion forward,” says Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s Creative Head of Design.
Bassike Fall – Australian label Bassike focuses on fabric development for its fall-winter 2014 collection. The fabrics were milled in Italy featuring materials like felt-wool, bonded leather, heavy cashmeres and merino wools. Silhouettes this season are relaxed and slouchy in a subdued color palette of rose quartz, deep navy, black and charcoal. The fall line fuses feminine and boyish styles with boxy shoulders, high collars and slouchy pants.
Rossi’s Artisan Sandals – Italian shoe label Sergio Rossi finds inspiration in the early seventies for its spring 2014 collection presented last week during Milan Fashion Week. Here we have a preview of the new season which focuses on sandals made with bold and eclectic prints. Gladiator, sculptural and boot-style sandals have an earthy color palette with leaf, wood and zebra print details.