Palm prints and Glamazons: Izabel Goulart for Agua de Coco

The tropical dream that Agua De Coco sent down the Sao Paulo runway was the kind that left you wanting sun, sand and a freshly-cut coconut at your beck and call. For the campaign of the collection, the same palm-prints and lusciously exotic jewellery pieces bring those dreams back again. Izabel Goulart is the glamazonian poster girl for the collection, donning the swimwear pieces together with a slick wet look hairstyle and heels.

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Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign
Agua de Coco S/S '14 Campaign

The campaign was photographed by Eduardo Rezende. You can view more by clicking on the gallery.

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