The Agnona Spring/Summer 2014 campaign displays a hybrid-like look at model Dree Hemingway. In the ads produced by photographer Inez and Vinoodh, Hemingway was made to look much like a lamb as one of her legs was covered in fur and two hooves.
As a further reference to the animalistic elements present in this Agnona series, Hemingway also held a baby lamb in her arms as she posed nude for the camera. Aside from chunky strap black heels, all that was seen was the side of Hemingway's face and the small creature.
Apparel and accessories were also central to this Agnona scene. A sporty travel bag with durable black straps was showcased alongside ivory pants, both of which are appropriate for varying scenarios.
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