The lookbooks that we fawn over here at Refinery tend to come from the fashion houses themselves — and for good reason. There's usually an insightful peek into the label’s creative thought process, a visual representation of how the label sees its own clothing in the real world. That said, we love when multi-label shops get in on the game, clueing us into the best, most artful ways to wear the wares they curated. The latest shop lookbook we’re obsessing over? The newest from Founders & Followers
. The shop’s been our radar for a while because of its willingness to stock hard-to-find indie international designers, like the super-cool, French, morbidity-obsessed Dévastée and the Danish design stalwart Stine Goya.
F&F’s latest lookbook, “Variables,” has us swooning big time. A platinum-blonde model moodily poses in muted whites, browns, and pinks (from the likes of Goya, TBA, and Delfina Balda) amongst paper cutouts and 3-D cones. It’s a vibe that screams sophisticated art undergrad –– kinda like the fashion girls were let loose in an fully stocked college art studio after-hours for a fun round of dress-up. Oh, and bonus: Much of the goods within this lookbook are already on sale — score!
Photos: Courtesy of Founders & Followers.