Styling for when dusk falls

Serge Leblon nails the feeling of a spring afternoon that’s cooled by a dimming sky and a growing breeze. The gauzy layers worn by Sasha Pivovarova in the spring 2012 campaign for Club Monaco are the kind you near can’t go wrong with, while the additions of relaxed tailored pieces and Naval inspired pea-coats and stripes are styling inspiration for when the chill intensifies.

sasha pivovarova club monaco

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Sasha Pivovarova: Club Monaco, S '12 campaign
Sasha Pivovarova: Club Monaco, S '12 campaign
Sasha Pivovarova: Club Monaco, S '12 campaign
Sasha Pivovarova: Club Monaco, S '12 campaign
Sasha Pivovarova: Club Monaco, S '12 campaign
Sasha Pivovarova: Club Monaco, S '12 campaign
Sasha Pivovarova: Club Monaco, S '12 campaign

Romantic in its faded edges and filtering sunlight, you can view more of Sasha Pivovarova‘s campaign for Club Monaco at the gallery above.

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