Free People September 2012 Catalog

The transition towards the new season becomes much easier when there are so many amazing collections available. One of them is coming from our favorite boho-chic label Free People. Photographed by Guy Aroch and featuring Martha Hunt, the newest Free People September 2012 Catalog shows an array of exciting, fun and on-trend autumnal looks worth copycatting. The effortless chic allure present throughout the catalog instantly charms and promises to grant you with a super-romantic style that reminds Free People.


In the Free People September 2012 Catalog, Martha Hunt is so much alike Kate Moss that the source of inspiration of the collection instantly becomes clear. For an instance, you even start doubting that it’s Martha Hunt and not Kate Moss. Whether it’s about the hairstyle, makeup or clothes, and even the body language, Martha is synonymous with Moss in the lookbook.
As usual, Free People stays true to its roots and makes romanticism and bohemian allure its main concept. Still, we can see some trendy touches, including animal prints, studs and masculine touches that mainly come mixed with feminine vibes. The result is a line of fabulous and versatile outfits that can go day and night.


The Free People September 2012 lookbook is literally flooded with hot, fashion-forward autumnal goodies, ranging from fringes and leather jackets to spikes, sequins, stripes and timeless denim pieces. Body-hugging pieces are the center of the collection. Accessories also play an important role in the catalog, where the outfits are mostly completed by hats, sunglasses, sandals and spiky boots. All in all, Free People has everything for you to stay cozy and trendy throughout the season!

Photos courtesy of Free People

Written by Armine Karapetyan
Armine is the founder of Fashionisers.com and an avid fashion lover. When she's not busy examining the latest fashion trends and news, she's exploring a new style for herself or is pursuing new adventures and dreams. Find her on Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn.