On this occasion, the photo shoot took place in the Hamptons, New York and was shot by the acclaimed fashion photographer Josh Ollins. The team of professionals also included Shon and Lisa Butler who were responsible for completing the look with a hair style and make up.
The shoot, which took place last May, presents the trends for the coming season in which camel, natural and khaki tones take centre stage, without overlooking black. In the design, volumes are essential in oversized garments and cocoon structures, in which the superposition of the belt takes on special importance.
There is also a distinct tendency to match outfits, where dressy garments such as suit jackets, moccasins and peg trousers are combined with more casual garments like sweatshirts and sports shoes.
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