Pull&Bear, the young fashion brand owned by the Inditex Group, has released a new editorial shooting called ‘The City Block’, a new set of images summarizing the streetwear trends for November according to the brand. The latest proposals for girls feature lots of checks and stripes, indigo denim and metallic effect in different items from leggings to jackets or shoes. Outerwear (cloth and furry coats, puffer jackets), pleated midi skirts and oversize sweatshirts are some of the highlights.
The men’s collection features powerful colours (orange, mustard, green, electric blue, lilac) and checks on shirts and overshirts, including motorsports-inpired racing checks. Cloth coats, coloured panels, hoodie sweatshirts and jogging trousers (smoothly matched with smarter upper parts) are all in the mix too.
‘The City Block’ images where shot in the streets of Paris by Ronan Gallagher, a young Irish photographer, featuring models Mees Valbracht, Niks Gerbasevkis, Emil Akyildiz, Kristin Soley and Wilma Iversen.
Pull&Bear was founded in 1991 with a clear international vocation, aimed at dressing young people committed to their environment who wish to avoid stereotypes, live in a community and mix together. For them, Pull&Bear takes the latest international trends, mixes them with street style influences and fashion clubs, and re-interprets them in a unique style, transforming them into comfortable, easy to wear garments.
Pull&Bear has evolved alongside its clients, and is always up to date with new technologies, social movements and the latest artistic or musical trends. This is reflected not only in its designs but also in its stores.
Pull&Bear currently runs a network of over 970 physical stores worldwide and reaches 74 markets through its shops and its online store at PULLANDBEAR.COM.