The latest Costume National Spring/Summer 2015 advertisements provide a highly androgynous look at model Steffy Argelich. In the campaign produced by Glen Luchford, Argelich blurred gender lines as she sported a short, cropped hairdo and pieces fit for both men and women.
Luchford furthered the dramatic scene that abounds this Costume National production with a haunting black and white finish. Despite the lack of color, there is no mistaking the sheer beauty present in this line.
While Luchford kept the scene subdued and basic with a grey backdrop, the suede top that he showcased was anything but simple. With large circular hoops, criss cross patterns and suede fabric, the image displays the mastery present in the current Costume National line.
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