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Swedish fast fashion chain Lindex unveils S/S15 lookbook
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Nov '14
courtesy: Lindex
courtesy: Lindex
The Swedish fast fashion chain Lindex has recently unveiled its brand new lookbook for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2015 season.

Primarily based on an earthy palette of grey, beige, greige and neutral tones, the line is divided into three major styles such as the New Classics, Sporty Touch, and Volumes and Lengths.

While speaking about the collection, the company’s head of design, Nina Starck, stated, “For the s/s 2015 there is a playfulness with silhouettes that allows new combinations of volume and tight, cropped and elongated. The key piece for this season is the shirt, designed in various ways. No matter what style you have the shirt will be the foundation when you dress.”

Replete with a fresh twist, the clean lined, minimalistic looking, white colour heavy New Classics range includes several layering appropriate pieces such as feminine shirts, long-length outerwear, blazers and jumpsuits.

The sports and graphic inspired Sporty Touch offers a stylish array of jackets, skirts and leggings whereas the Volumes and Lengths features pieces with different silhouettes and lengths including capes with draping and knot details, and culottes.

Founded in 1954, Lindex operates over 470 stores in Scandinavia, the Baltic States, Russia, central Europe and the Middle East. (PB)

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