Did you see the unveiling of the limited edition Massimo Dutti’s NYC spring/summer 2016 collection campaign? If you say not, then you missed out on some sexy Doutzen Kroes, the Angel really looking as delightful as ever in neutral colors, her chiseled, gorgeous features, complete with upturned nose sculpted features and cupid’s bow lips, adding to the loveliness of the collection itself. We do not know which has us more spellbound, the comforting loveliness of the pieces worn or the woman presenting the looks that make up the latest in Massimo Dutti line-ups.
We have always loved Doutzen Kroes, but here she seems to add a sense of ethereal comeliness, elegant in every image shot as she poses for the Massimo Dutti NYC capsule collection of spring 2016. Her male counterpart in the images is Andres Velencoso, as sexy as Kroes herself, the pair lighting up the screen with their poses that are smoldering hot and quite graceful in style as well. The combination of the two makes for a campaign that we are enjoying greatly and hope to see gracing quite a few billboards, the European perfection seen rather clearly throughout.
The collection itself features some lovely neutral color palettes, from black outfits from top to bottom, to lovely white pieces accented with black belts and black stripes. We see lovely beige, particularly on one knee-length jacket in suede, coming with a matching fold over handbag clutch, tendrils of her chignon having come free and framing Doutzen Kroes’ face.
The collection features essentials for the most part, from pleated skirts to lightweight coats, lovely culottes in the 1970s era styles and pretty suedes. There are thick belts and round sunglasses, shoes that lip on and dresses with side slits. Black seems to be a special favorite of the brand as well, with it appearing on everything from pleated culottes with a high waist, mules, slippers and dresses, sunglasses pants and more.
There is a lot of white as well, appearing on spaghetti strapped tank tops, long, calf-length high-neck and sleeveless dresses, knit tops and blazer with trouser sets. There is quite a bit in this campaign and we love the poses along with the pieces themselves.
There is even a short video commercial featuring Doutzen Kroes and her male counterpart Andres Velencoso. Here we notice some white pleated skirts and pretty knit tops, along with a small show, where it appears that the lady is at first fearful of the male, before beginning to sweep off her feet and embracing the stylish model before her. It is not particularly artsy, nor memorable really, but it does show off some of the top looks and we end up seeing lots of black. At the end of the day though, the models are what make this campaign as appealing as it seems to the world right now.
Photos courtesy of Massimo Dutti