Charlie Brown’s Mod Squad

Yen Magazine | 10 April 2013 | 1 Comment


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If there is one thing we dream of in our wardrobe this winter it’s a classic mod dress and a killer set of boots. Or, a femme-macho pinstripe suit – mainly because we still have a big crush on Diane Keaton. Charlie Brown embraced the latest black and white monochromatic trend in a 1960s playful fashion shoot fronted by Bella Hunter.

The mid-season shoot which showcases key pieces from the Naughty & Nice AW13 Collection was shot by Jenni White who was the winner of the national iSnap photography competition. Searching for fresh new talent, the first prize was to shoot the Charlie Brown campaign and also the competition also found fresh model talent along with hair and make-up artists.

The inspiration drew on the essence of fashion icons including Twiggy, Edie Sedwick, Francoise Hardyand and Jean Shrimpton. Bold graphic prints and asymmetrical styling resulted in a sexy and sultry autumn campaign. Garments chosen included high waisted sophisticated pinstripe skirts, beautifully tailored blouses and sexy leather dresses. Completed with a ultra-high patent pointed heel, leather bomber caps and leather bows this look can take the modern women from office to bar.

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  • Lee

    Very cool, i love the inspiration and warm look. If only i could wear it the way those gorgeous models do.