Thursday, 26 April 2012

festival-goers' lookbook

The season of music and arts festival is about to begin
and fans are eager to gather to hear music and dance
(in truth the Coachella music & arts festival already took
place in Indio, California, over the past two weekends)

and that's why American clothing retailer 'Free People'
suggests some festival styling inspiration through 
its April 'Festival Lookbook'.

Free People was originally founded in West Philadelphia
back in the 1970s by Dick Hayne and through the years
the first store evolved into a wholesale line which is part
of the Urban Outfitters family of companies and lately
a super-duper online shop providing different lines of
clothing and countless options for creative and confident
twenty-something women always keeping with
 good quality and affordability.

Every single piece is conceived for a creative girl who
wants to be ”...comfortable in all aspects of her being,
free and adventurous, sweet to tough to tomboy to
romantic. A girl (...) who loves Donovan as much as
she loves The Dears, and can't resist petting any
dog that passes by on the street.” reads the 
brand's statement.

The wistful lookbook shows suggestions in denim, 
bell-bottom trousers, boho prints and fringes with white 
peekaboo frocks strongly evoking a 1970s folkish mood 
through the gripping images taken by New York-based 
photographer Anna Palma with star model Linda Vojtova.

> all images © by Anna Palma/Free People <

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