The combination of an English beauty and an English chic fashion brand leads to something really wow-worthy and chic that instantly catches the attention. And when the word is going about British stunner Cara Delevingne and London-based label Pepe Jeans, the result is twice enchanting. The famous high-street retailer has finally released the Pepe Jeans spring/summer 2013 campaign featuring Cara Delevingne, which is dedicated to all-things-denim and preppy, attributes that describe the brand’s signature style. That’s definitely the best source of inspiration of the new season, when it comes to one-of-a-kind, cool casual looks both for girls and for guys.
Coming to celebrate the brand’s 40th anniversary this year, the new Pepe Jeans spring/summer 2013 collection goes back to the roots of Pepe Jeans and brings the main styles describing the Pepe Jeans philosophy. As a result, we have a super-voguish collection of denim pieces, in different colors, designs and with various cool prints. Denim is still one of the biggest trends of summer 2013 and will be so every single season. From short shorts and skinny jeans to denim blazers, chambray shirts and denim vests, the collection has all your denim fantasies covered this spring. Paired with stylish tees, whether simple and monochrome or printed, your denim outfit is sure to become a subject of jealousy.
Like in most of the brand’s collections, preppy meets punk and casualness in the Pepe Jeans spring/summer 2013 collection. While denim is the buzzword for the collection, we can also see such gorgeous vibes as Union Jack prints, checkered patterns, stripes and Andy Warhol inspired prints, including the famous Campbell Soup Can prints and Marilyn Monroe illustrations.
The head-to-toe denim looks shown in the Pepe Jeans spring/summer 2013 campaign come finished off with trendy sneakers, hats, sunglasses, high-heeled pumps and ankle booties. Life is always cool at Pepe Jeans. Make sure you also look outstanding by opting for these Pepe Jeans clothing pieces this summer!
Photos courtesy of Pepe Jeans