Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.

Free People's New Catalog Inspires Major Tokyo Wanderlust

  1. Begin
    opener__Free-People-October-Catalog-2013-(44)

    22.6K

    SHARES

    comments
    See All Slides

    We can always count on Free People to sweep us up into an ethereal, editorial dreamland with its monthly catalogs. Whether that entails jetting down to Miami or wandering about the urban center of Hanoi, there's always an adventure to be had. So, in keeping with that get-lost tradition, the label ships us to Tokyo for the October catalog.

    Elsa Hosk and Eimi Kuroda star in the lookbook, modeling Free People's standard boho frocks along bustling city streets and landscapes. Taking inspiration from Sofia Coppola's Lost In Translation, the colorful, layered looks are perfect for the transitional season. Leather jackets, floral maxis, fringe skirts, and knit sweaters add to Free People's eclectic aesthetic, as do the velvet, lace, and embroidered holiday dresses. Knee-high socks, Western hats, and glittering accessories provide the finishing touches to the outfit inspiration. Jump ahead to delight in the foreign escapades, and be prepared to double your fall wish list by the end of the slideshow.

    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Dedicated Feature

The Perfect Wish-List-Worthy Handbag For YOUR Style

All things considered, you've been pretty good this year: You reined in your foodie impulses to two dinners out a week; you only called for a car in torrential downpours; and instead of succumbing to your shopping cravings, you got creative with your styling. So, dropping a little something into your own stocking feels read

New York

The Ultimate Brunching Guide To NYC

Is there anything better on a Saturday afternoon than a spicy Bloody Mary and some simple — but delicious — bacon and eggs? Didn't think so. Brunch is the weekend's saving grace. It doesn't happen too early; it's a social event almost everyone enjoys; and it offers just the right amount of indulgence. And, there's no read