Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign

The flabbergasting Zara fall/winter 2014-2015 campaign is here to prove that when you want to dress fashionably following the hottest catwalk trends yet you cannot afford buying designer clothes, this is the brand to stick to! The Spanish brand has long become the favorite source of inspiration for dressing in a unique way and becoming the trendsetter in the street, and the newest Zara collection comes to charge your batteries with new fresh and wow-worthy fashion vibes to accomplish the task in fall. Featuring Edie Campbell, Ine Neefs, Julia Nobis and Mijo Mihaljčić, the Zara fall 2014 campaign skillfully guides us through the hottest fall 2014 fashion trends, showing lots of fur, animal prints, creative cuts and just impeccably stylish design solutions!

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign
A mere glance at the Zara fall/winter 2014-2015 campaign makes it clear that there are going to be lots of fashionisers dressed in black and animal prints this fall. These two trends look especially dazzling when coming matched with each other, this way balancing the wild character of the prints and soothing it down with versatile and timeless vibes. Thus, you can opt for the combos of the leopard printed coats (either long or short) and the black ensembles, be that a little black dress, or separates featuring mini skirts mainly.
Sporty vibes are here too, brought to life through a myriad of killer pieces, like the bra tops topped off with simple black tops with side cut-outs, slouchy sweatshirts, hooded pieces and sporty shoes. Further, we also discover masculine motifs put as chic masculine shoes, tailored trousers and blazers. Still, feminine vibes are also present in the Zara fall/winter 2014-2015 campaign, and it’s the gorgeous backless black dress with high side slits that triumphs in this range of pieces.

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign
Since Zara always thinks about everyone, the Zara fall/winter 2014-2015 collection also features perfect pieces for the working business ladies. These ensembles mostly feature the season’s hottest gray hue and come as tailored pant or skirt suits featuring creative designs and a perfect tailoring. However, the trending looks of the entire Zara fall/winter 2014-2015 collection are those combining the luxurious synthetic fur coats, the double breasted blazers, the leather top and the backless ones that we are going to see a lot this coming season!
As we have the Zara fall/winter 2014-2015 collection released now, no summer is going to interest us any more, since we need a bit chilly temperatures to be able to nail down these fantastic looks! Who doesn’t agree?

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign

Zara Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Zara

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