The Dreslyn Spring 2014 lookbook is a playful breath of fresh air, just in time for the upcoming season. Although not blatantly embracing the spring month, it has a fun energy that is translated into the pastel-colored designs it is showcasing. At the end of the day, it is also a uplifting change from the previous Fall 2014 catalog, which was dark and moody.
Starring Los Angeles-based model Emily Ruhl, The Dreslyn Spring 2014 lookbook is inspired by '60s pop culture and art. Captured in an art gallery, the images might still be a bit on the minimalist side, but there are still more visuals going on. Most importantly, it is chock full of pieces from Band of Outsiders, Opening Ceremony, Rag & Bone, Robert Clergerie and many more.
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