The Spell and the Gypsy Collective is known for its feminine and youthful fashion. Taking a decidedly bohemian turn this season, its latest lookbook is captured on location in the middle of a desert, which complements the slew of flowing dresses perfectly. Although very free-spirited in nature, people will most likely find themselves comparing the art direction to the latest Mad Max film as well.
Starring model Emma Stern Nielsen, the Spell and the Gypsy Collective lookbook was shot by photographer Jennifer Stenglein. It's appropriately dubbed Loveland. Fashionising notes that "the mid-season bohemian injection coming courtesy of the Australian label is threaded with a strong military vibe, one that’s echoing through the dusty canvas cant, the camouflage tee and the hand-sewn gypsy flag alike."
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