Some of my favorite things include the 1960s, chic femme looks, beautiful photography and things with a French feel. This lookbook from silk knitwear brand, Une Heures, encompasses exactly all of those.
Over the weekend, I was browsing and reblogging on Tumblr including the first image and clicked on the source link which introduced me to a knitwear brand that focuses on producing 100% silk pieces. The best thing I love about Une Heures is its choice of art direction. As mentioned in my opening sentence, I do adore the ’60s and the brand itself states it is inspired by the cinema of the 1960s. It definitely shows!
From all the beautiful imagery it shares, I can tell there’s a unique vibe — artsy with a European feel. I’m particularly fond of the very French oh la la vibes from this lookbook. After all, the model herself reminds me of the famous French icons, Jane Birkin and Francoise Hardy. I mean come on, who doesn’t love an understated chic femme who sports a fringe?
Anyway, enough blabbing from me and enjoy this glorious set of photos. Oh, and the original lookbook has over thirty images so I tried my best to refrain from posting them all. However, I do think I failed and there’s still some scrolling action required of you to read this post. Well, if you choose to see the entire catalog of photos, then check the source link below.
Hope you are all having a great week!
Lookbook: Part 1 – “We look into each other in the eyes, but what for?”
Brand: Une Heures
Photographer: Nastassia Brückin
Art Direction: Chrissy Leavell
Model: Emily Labowe
(via: Une Heures)