|By PR Newswire||
|August 26, 2014 05:23 PM EDT||
MILAN and NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Accessories brand Devi Kroell presents their Fall Winter 2014/15 advertising campaign, featuring model Kristine Froseth, styled by Elissa Santisi and shot by the former art director of Vogue USA, Danko Steiner.
The campaign was inspired by Carlo Mollino, an Italian architect and designer who became famous in the 60's. "It is a modern take on Mollino, with a modern woman," said Danko Steiner. "The set has different abstracted references to Mollino's aesthetic. Hues of reds and burgundies, purples and blues, mixed with wood, which all make a perfect and modern backdrop for Devi Kroell's Fall Winter 2014/15 collection."
The sensuality of Mollino's forms, the colors and textures of his interiors, and his unique shapes of wood in furniture design—all gracefully complement the extraordinary exotic skins, including degrade crocodile, metallic lizard, cosmo python, and metallic stingray, which Devi Kroell presents this fall in warm colors of black tulip and cognac, enhancing the intensity of limoges, emerald and grey. A hint of metallic reflections adds elegance.
Devi Kroell combines flawless Italian craftsmanship and the highest quality materials with modern design. Not relying on logo or hardware, the studio of Devi Kroell allows their innovative designs to showcase fine exotic skins.
For more information, visit www.devikroell.com.
SOURCE Devi Kroell s.r.l.
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