Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Massimo Dutti enlists one more stunning collection to the history of its all-time fave options, also getting the tick in the list of the most successful suggestions for the warm season. A great part of the impression we have about the Massimo Dutti spring/summer 2014 collection goes to the amazing campaign, which features German model Toni Garrn, and gorgeous Edita Vilkeviciute with the amazing chic garments. This is already Toni’s fourth season during which she has teamed up with the Spanish brand for the campaigns and Edita’s first deal. Super popular and talented fashion photographer Mario Testino this time either didn’t stray away from the principle of making the greatest shots possible. Male models David Genat and Shaun de Wet accompany the beauties in the Massimo Dutti spring/summer 2014 campaign images.

Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
As it’s typical of a number of lines we’ve seen so far, in the Massimo Dutti spring/summer 2014 collection we may also see some comebacks of the traditional and even archived brand-specific details, which have been presenting with a contemporary twist and from the stylish point of view, thus putting them into a kind of metamorphosis, the results of which are more than impressive. In this way, the Massimo Dutti spring/summer 2014 campaign images start with a super cute combination of a long-sleeved top, having some spectacular paisley patterns on and cool white shorts, whereas the second look presents the amazing swimwear adorned with that sweet oceanic blue shade.
Leather pieces are also among the top looks of the Massimo Dutti spring/summer 2014 collection, working best with the brown shades, and forming uber-stunning combinations with white shorts, a sandy brown top, and a chic camel clutch. The fantasy of brown goes deeper, as we see the impressive floor length dress adorned with some luxurious draping and a cool side split.

Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Where there are white and brown, we do expect something from the beige shade, too, so here comes the next look introducing a cream jacket topping a cute stripy top, finished off with the white pants. The striking blue shade, and the darker green for some more weightless pieces, accompanied with cool accessories too conclude this array of wonders.
So whatever you need for the most flawless and striking looks can be easily found in the Massimo Dutti spring/summer 2014 collection, intended to make your everyday, business, and party looks ultra-unique and dumbfounding.

Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Massimo Dutti

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