Swedish top model Frida Gustavsson appears in the latest Spring-Summer collection's lookbook for German fashion brand Peter Hahn. The upcoming season comes with original designs, amazing quality, democratic prices and exclusive details. Those who admire beauty, elusiveness and quality will definitely find something that will make them stand out the crowd. The presented looks are meant for those women and girls who know what they want and make it happen. The spring season comes with relaxed and ease garments that will work perfect for office wear, everyday wear and for evening events. Believe me, if you will get these outfits, then you will forget the words: "I have nothing to wear on!" The next summer comes with timeless trends that are light, polish and creative. You will find here relaxed knitwear designs, casual and smart separates and athletic silhouettes.
For those who are in search of cool and chic workwear attire will fall in love with the latest H&M High Elegance Autumn-Winter collection's lookbook, which comes with truly classy designs. Swedish fashion model Frida Gustavsson appears in studio images wearing H&M elegant looks, starting from smart to classic outfits, including straight trousers, knitted tops, crisp white shirts, overcoats, leather skirts, sheer tights, cool flat pumps, chunky heels and oh-so-chic accessories including suede shoulder bags accessorized with chains. All these office separates are meant for colder season's wear, that's why all these things are meant for this year wear.
Express taps Frida Gustavsson for its latest September lookbook of women's smart casual outfits. Fashion retailer offers beautiful tomboy style garments which are perfect for this kind of transitional weather. Here you will find cool separates, leather jackets, quilted bombers, zipp skirts, office wear looks and urban style basics. Every look has that special street style vibration which is so must have nowadays.
It's all about Green and Pastel. H&M enlists Swedish beauty Frida Gustavsson to take part in its “Winter Pastels” collection. New Winter collection features forest green colors, red and ivory shades and minty fresh hues. Frida tries on cozy wear, like winter heavy knits, embellished mini skirts, stylish outerwear and chic booties.
Full of Sporty Prints. Sportmax enlists Frida Gustavsson for its spring-summer campaign. Frida with windswept hair sports technicolor prints, airy dresses, sleek silhouettes, crazy flower print shirts, ivory trench coats, cocktail wear and oversize handbags.
Joy of Life. Mulberry reveals its spring-summer campaign starring fashion models Lindsey Wixson and Frida Gustavsson. Girls pose near the Brighton Beach, wearing label's spring garments, like leather skirts, maxi dresses, colorful and bold outerwear and loose-fitting silhouettes. I simply adore the fun playfulness and backgrounds.
Fresh Colors of Sportmax. Sportmax presents its Spring-Summer campaign. Fashion model Frida Gustavsson dons fitted suits, ivory coats, summer flower printed dresses. So much of bright clothes, simply adore it.
Bright Color Blocking. This Winter is going to be bright and colorful, thanks to the latest H&M collection. Swedish fashion model Frida Gustavsson plays chic and sleek in winter's lookbook of Swedish fashion retailer. Frida attracts in a colorful and color blocking modern wardrobe, like boxy jackets, simple knits, like cardigans, half sleeve sweaters.
Welcome to the City Jungle. Fashion label Max Mara Studio takes us back into the glam style of the 60'ies with its Autumn-Winter campaign. Frida Gustavsson and Kinga Rajzak are like real 60 fashionistas sport chic outerwear, knee high hems, half-sleeve sweaters, gorgeous outerwear, like fitted coats with fur collars, jackets, glam boots, bags and leather headbands.
Prada shows its latest Autumn-Winter eyewear campaign for women (HERE is complete campaign). Looks like the images were zoomed to showcase women's sunglasses. Models Frida Gustavsson, Kelly Mittendorf, Ondria Hardin, Antonia Wesseloh, Julia Zimmer and Dorte Limkilde posing in oversize glasses.