Irina Shayk Stars in a New Bebe Campaign

The American retail clothing company, Bebe keeps on striking the fashion world with its fall/winter 2015 campaign. Actually, the credit for this insane success goes largely to the outstanding Russian model, Irina Shayk, so popular among men and a role model for women. All the year round the wild beauty has been starring in the company’s various campaigns, recently also appearing in Bebe’s Boho-Chic inspired fall 2015 lookbook. The Bebe “Be Iconic” fall 2015 campaign pushes the brand’s boundaries, enriching our fall wardrobes with new bohemian, urban and glamorous looks.

Irina Shayk for Bebe Fall 2015 Campaign

The after-rain train station picked as the best location for the campaign surely comes to be the ideal place to convey the gloomy atmosphere of fall and to enhance the bohemian sense of the collection. As it could be noticed from the previous campaign, Bebe has fallen in love with floral pieces this fall and as expected Shayk was shot in a deluxe see-through floral dress in the new campaign. The dress creates an illusion of being both mini and maxi. That double effect has been created through a tulle flaring maxi skirt with a tight fitting mini worn underneath it. The top part of the dress is sleeveless thus accentuating the model’s refined shoulders. Moreover, her beautiful neck is decorated with a luxurious necklace and the grandiose look becomes complete with high heel shoes. In the background, other floral dresses can be spotted so as to remind us of Bebe’s strong love towards floral pieces this fall.

What we see in the next shot can easily be called an urban chic outfit. The Russian model is showcasing a neutral color coat with a furry hood on her head. The coat has a form of godet skirt, creating wavy lines at the knees with a zip closure and a tonal belt. With that entire fog and rain odor around the station, the self-confident Shayk feels even more confident and protected in her warm coat. There is nothing more she can do but grab her suitcases and get on the train.

Irina Shayk for Bebe Fall 2015 Campaign

It is high time for Shayk to have delicious supper on the train. The dimly lighted lounge cab becomes even more mysterious with alluring woman in it. With her greyish black ensemble, Shayk comes to be an embodiment of the art deco style, so popular in the 20th century. What could be a better example of the art deco style than an elegant body-con dress with a V-line neck, excitingly baring the beauty’s chest? A tonal jacket with a fur collar is elegantly thrown on Shayk’s shoulders. Her ensemble is styled with black over-the-knee boots, black leather gloves and bag, as well as a bowler hat, beneath which her lush dark curls are flowing down. Is Irina giving a mystery to the room or vice versa? This should still be thought over.

Irina Shayk for Bebe Fall 2015 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Bebe

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