The L’Officiel Mexico May 2014 Cover Shoot Stars Suited Bo Don

By: Meghan Young - Published: Apr 30, 2014 • References: lofficielmexico & fashiongonerogue
The L’Officiel Mexico May 2014 cover shoot explores a range of traditional suit alternatives for the professional woman. In place of the basic blazer and pant (or skirt) combo, this photoshoot brings into play a variety of different cuts and fits to really spice up a boring office wardrobe. Granted, not all of these looks might be appropriate for such a reserved setting, but it will get women experimenting a little more.

Starring model Bo Don, the L’Officiel Mexico May 2014 cover shoot was lensed by photographer Max Abadian. The menswear-inspired looks were put together by stylist Christopher Campbell. He pulled pieces from the spring collections of Salvatore Ferragamo, Proenza Schouler, Celine and more. A choppy bob by Ayumi Yamamoto and barely there makeup by Manami Ishikawa perfected the chic looks. Stats for Avant-Garde Androgynous Editorials Trending: Older & Warm
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