A.Brand Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

The popular Brazilian A.Brand label gorgeously presents the new A.Brand spring/summer 2014 campaign featuring Polish super model Jac Jagaciak as the main heroine of the images. Color diversity, elegant shapes, and feminine drives have been concentrated within this sumptuous and striking campaign, which offers a nice range of choices for your perfectly created and complemented looks. Apart from being various in colors and silhouettes, the pieces also suggest some stylish differences, suitable for many occasions and purposes.

A.Brand Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Overall, the primary accent of the A.Brand spring/summer 2014 collection is concentrated around the luxury and glamour, presenting them from many angles. Also, what the campaign images suggest is that these pieces will be even more effective if pairing them with natural makeup and hairstyle, sticking to classic looks, which have been preserved with the garments, too.
Thus, the very first look of the A.Brand spring/summer 2014 campaign can be considered as the primary example of applying the rich color palette to the apparels, here introduced with a pair of colorful strapless top and nice grass green pants, adorned with lace details. This trend is found among the following pieces, too, being a basic chic-shaping factor.
Embroidery is the next super scrupulously carried out tool, meant at creating magnificent black and white combos, including transparency plays, some shine, and cool relaxed silhouettes. The cropped jumpsuits are also here, presented as nice black-with-golden pointed variant, having a shirt-like top part and long sleeves. The look following this one features a cool top-and-skirt combo, with very impressive emerald green shade and spectacular laser cut designs. The graphical black and white are further presented as a sumptuous and alluring dress, adorned with optical effect-making prints, and paired with a classy matching handbag.

A.Brand Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

A.Brand Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
However, the hardest hit is left for the end in the A.Brand spring/summer 2014 campaign, eventually presented as two alternatives of absolutely to-die-for dresses, having meticulous lace patterns and carrying nice color options being white and yellow. The first one is a one-shoulder-off mini length dress, while the other’s accent is focused around the spectacular fringe at the back. These drives are also put on a top-with-pants pairs, accentuating the elegance of the pairs, still preserved within the white and yellow tones.
The A.Brand spring/summer 2014 collection is concluded with the comeback of the graphical prints, this time put as a fabulous top, paired with nice alternative being skirt, the most eye-catching thing about which is the sophisticated beadwork of black and white. Thus, what we can clearly point out about the A.Brand spring/summer 2014 campaign is that it managed to demonstrate all the accents of this collection, which is meant to meet the most capricious demands of girly fashionisers.

A.Brand Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Photos courtesy of A.Brand

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