Who does not love free people clothing ? … I am absolute in love with this catalog.. Loaded with denim we love so much. If you are a boho -chic at heart then it is must see for you .
The jeans with multicolored patches is a definite attraction , Leather jackets with fur details and lots of tribal print.
The lbd with intricate design and lace details won’t fail to win hearts . Scarves and boots are in abundance and lots of colour full accessories.
Lost of bold colour accessories cuffs ,bracelet ,neck pieces … will never let you down.
Real people , real location hence real clothes …. no photoshoped models. It’s all about originality in the J.Crew ‘Hello, World!’ Campaign. Clothes that can be worn by real people and are utilitarian. The photographers in their eight-city tour managed to capture ten tastemakers across the globe including bloggers, fashion designers, magazine editors and boutique owners.
Elisabetta Venturelli, a fashion designer from Milan, Italy, says that when it comes to her style, “I love mixing different styles to create improbable yet sophisticated combinations.” Her idea of the perfect finishing touch? “Jewelry, glasses and a hat.”
The campaign also features Caroline Issa, who works at Tank magazine, in London. “I like clothes that make a statement, whether that’s in a color, a texture or a cut. I’m not afraid of putting prints or colors together that might not necessarily go together naturally,” Caroline says about her style. Her idea of the perfect finishing touch? “A red lip.”
Takahiro Kinoshita, Editor-in-Chief at Popeye magazine, Tokyo, reveals that, “I like traditional style that’s authentic.” His essential article of clothing? “An oxford shirt.”
Classical violinist Charlie Siem also stars in J.Crews ‘Hello, World! campaign. Speaking about how he became a violinist, Siem says that, “When I was 3, I heard the violin on the radio, Beethoven’s Violin Concerto — still my favorite piece — and I was enthralled. I’ve been lucky enough to share the stage with the Royal Philharmonic and Moscow Symphony orchestras and even The Who.” As on his style, Charlie admits that, “I gravitate toward unostentatious, smart clothes.”
“It’s not about having expensive clothes, being on trend or having a perfect body. People who inspire me are people who really make me feel like I know a little more about their personality — their strengths and their weaknesses — when I look at them. It’s what gives them charm,”
On styling her look, Garance explains that, “I always try to mix shiny clothes with rougher items. I don’t like to feel overdressed or too pretty-pretty, so I wanted to pair the skirt with something supercasual like a military jacket, a jean jacket or flats. Scott told me to keep the heels, so…”
Berta Bernad, a talented photographer and blogger from Madrid, Spain, says that her style “depends on the day and my mood. I might get up and want to dress up, or just grab the first thing in my closet that catches my eye.”
On her blog, “I studied journalism, so I love to observe everything! From the moment I wake up, all I can think about is my blog. It’s not only about fashion, it’s about art, friends and my lifestyle. I hope it helps others find their style.”
This look book is filled with wearable pieces that are comfy and versatile . Printed pants ,basic black and white pieces. Denim jacket one of the closet must have for this season.Also different shades of gray….
Bold cuffs , studs , booties ….. make your outfit interesting …..
The youthful, laid back attitude we spotted in the Just Cavalli spring/summer 2012/winter ads takes a dramatic turn for the edgy in the fall 2012 campaign. Edginess, from attire to beauty choices is the dominant impression that sticks from the first moments one takes a glimpse of the campaign.A vote for non-conformity, a bold attitude, grunge influences and the label’s most recognizable trademark, animal prints are the possible style alternatives for the new season. Fur is another trend the label promotes for the new season.
While the color palette isn’t extraordinarily varied, the multitude of bold touches certainly manage to compensate. From slipping into a sexy printed dress to bold printed pants combined with comfy sweaters, the looks feel fairly effortless yet oh-so-glam.
Full of seriously stylish pieces that you’re going to love right now and straight into fall.Madewell shows you how to mix and match. Layer your silk riverbank dress over a fitted shirt and throw a boyish blazer on top. Team your colorblocked cardigan with some very lovable elbow patches which will easily earn your devotion, you can wear it with a silk boyshirt, socks and a pair of penny loafers. In fall, you can swap the shirt underneath for something more substantial, like a denim. Lots of option.
Full of transitional pieces , awesome layering tricks and absolutely wardrobe ready .. A perfect-fitting jean jacket will never ever go out of style. Team your jeans with a tee and loafers. During colder days, you can warm up by pulling on a pair of brightly patterned socks. The perfectly versatile shrunken bomber jacket which goes with almost any thing . your options – Wear it with a silk tealace tank, denim midi shorts and add a chic Parisian-girl charm with a pair of flats. During chillier days, add super-opaque tights and you’re good to go. Oh how we love those skinny jeans in silversmith wash! Wear them with a metallic meshdot pullover, racerback tank and sharply shaped flats in python print. And since jeans are seasonless, you can wear them in fall with a pair of ankle boots.
you will love the look s and pieces in the look book.
Real people from several field of life with different destination but one passion !! Check out these snaps for a lesson in true fashion.
Anna Rafferty, headed to Logan Square.
Katharyn Molinaro, heading to celebrate her girlfriend’s engagement.
Anita Bokil, grabbing some fare before heading to Lincoln Fest.
Amanda Molinaro, at the Western stop before heading out to celebrate her girlfriend’s engagement.
Abby Hoffmeyer, stopping in Logan Square after checking out Lush’s new cosmetic line in Bucktown
DJ Sarah Christoff, on her way to the Ashland stop for a house music party.
Marissa Toomey, headed home from work in Wicker Park.
Emilia Schobeiri at the Western line, on her way to celebrate her bachelorette party.
Jamie Lee, headed to work at Rock Bottom Brewery.
Kate Taylor, waiting for the train to take her to a show at Harris Theatre.
Ndeyiah Corneh, getting off at the Western stop to go to a show.
Taylor Prokos and Shaina Holtz, headed home from Pitchfork.
Megan Ferringer, looking stylish after eating at Big Star.
Attalie Dexter, showing off her own jewelry line. Check out her stuff at Shades of Grey.
Cecilia Velasquez, taking the El to Bottom Lounge for a Pitchfork after-show.
Gabrielle, waiting for the train after hanging out at Pitchfork all day.
Charla Dickey, showing off the handmade cosmetics she just bought from Lush.
Darlene Pereda, at the Clark & Lake stop, waiting to go home after work.
Darlene Pereda, at the Clark & Lake stop, waiting to go home after work.
Blogger Allison Fraker, hopping off the blue line to go to the Bocce Ball Social.
Mariah Craddick, posed on the blue line before going to the Bocce Ball Social.
Francine Gutierrez, grabbing fare before going to the Bocce Ball Social.
Melissa Alexandria, taking the green line to work at Bedford restaurant.
Daisy Makaveev, getting off the blue line to go see a show.
Jess Preleski, at the Clark & Lake station headed to a Pitchfork after party.
Full of exciting details, the new look book signed Wasteland and titled ‘Tripped Out’ sheds light on statement, chic fashion pieces that have the power to make traffic stop. The look book features the hottest colors of the summer: pretty neons, vintage pink tones, sky blues and cool orange. One of the most colourful look book of the season with lots of neon.
The Wasteland Tripped Out lookbook makes us shiver of excitement as we cannot but love outfits that are sexy, original and with a little bit of a vintage twist, and plenty of designs with these must have details to win you over are included in the collection. It’s fun and eccentric with right amount Individuality, style, a bit of sexiness. Loads of ‘traffic-stopping’ details as from asymmetric, lightweight fabric dresses to retro cool shorts, vintage high waist capris and bodycon dresses, the collection puts on display garments that seem to mold to the seductive forms of a woman’s bod.
With the super-cool combination of effortlessly rebellious and relaxed chicness the free-people look book does not fail to amaze us. To add a boyish edginess to your sunshine layering choose throw-on-and-go basics, slouchy shapes and notice-me-now shades form the look book.
Create awesome laid-back yet chic outfit by paring chunky sweaters, cardigans, distressed denim, and grungy tees mixed with more feminine elements such as lace and florals scattered throughout as a contrasting accent. This highly functional comfortable clothing pieces are definitely must have for those lazy days that’s come knocking once in a while.
There are lacey denim cutoff shorts, floral patterned knitted long cardigans, skinny corduroys, oversized striped tees, gauzy cotton plaid button front shirts, hooded pullover sweatshirts, distressed denim baseball jackets, and other uber-stylish, to-die-for stunners, perfect to add attitude to your wardrobe.