Love, love, love Free People! This is probably the first thing you would exclaim looking through these super cute silhouettes and designs of the brand new and ultra-creative Free People October 2013 lookbook. Free People gets lost in Tokyo this time, while creating their next pretty and feminine boho collection. This time the awesome motives are introduced with the help of striking and wonderful Elsa Hosk and Eimi Kuroda, who are just perfect embodiments of the images that Free People imagines their garments to create.
Preserving within the traditional bohemian motives and carrying the immediately obvious influence of that conceptual background, the designers, however managed to attach an interesting touch of modernized and cool youth themes to the garments, presenting a fresh and breathtakingly beautiful pack of ideas and looks. Thus, here we see a tremendous diversity of shapes, designs and techniques, which are united with the similar proportions of cuteness. This way, a nice pink dress is combined with a cool wool coat and army-resembling ankle boots in the very first look. This is followed by a super cute top, matched with a nice scarf and classy skinny cropped pants.
The colorful motives found on many pieces, are probably the most carefree and relaxed sunny mood creators, due to which the Free People October 2013 lookbook acquires its specific and never-to-be-repeated impression. Particularly, these motives are presented by some ethnic-resembling prints, as well as florals, widely used on tops, jackets, and accessories.
Talking about the florals, we can’t but also point out probably the most remarkable floor-length dresses and skirts, matched with denim jackets, wool sweatshirts, and one shoulder off tops. The fringed shapes are other descriptive elements of the Free People October 2013 lookbook, being introduced on handbags, skirts and tops.
So, it’s a brand new presentation of those dreamy and to-die-for shapes typical of Free People. The cutest and feminine looks, put in relaxed and happy-go-lucky silhouettes are right here!
Photos courtesy of Free People