The Eleven Paris FW 2014 lookbook stars some familiar faces; Kate Moss and Wiz Khalfia lend their famous mugs to help the brand show off its latest wares. Talk about an unlikely duo! When you think "Kate Moss," I doubt hip-hop music music is the first thing that comes to mind (for me it's Johnny Depp). Similarly, I doubt Wiz inspires visions of couture runways or waif-like models. However, something just seems to work here.
As for the collection itself, it's described in the following terms: "The winds of revolution are blowing through our new collection. This season we take you to Dublin and against a backdrop of post-punk and Celtic music[;] we hit the streets of the Irish capital to discover the history of a proud and rebellious people."
The angsty, anarchistic energy is felt throughout the collection and the accompanying lookbook.
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Monochromatic Urban Lookbooks
Carefree 60s-Inspired Editorials
Voluminous Hair Ads
Shadowy English Model Lookbooks
Punk Couture Campaigns