The editorial shooting by French photographer Fanny Latour-Lambert displays the key elements: bright fabrics and highlighted silhouettes for her; warm materials and casual attitude for him.



Young, modern and deeply urban – such is Pull&Bear’s approach to the party season with its new nightwear collection. Women’s proposals get inspiration from two decades, the 70s and the 90s, which are key to the current season and playfully use the female silhouette. Bright fabrics, with metal-looking fibre such as the ‘lamé’, stand out along with overlay details and cutout openings. Twin sets, palazzo dungarees and pleated dresses are some of the star garments within the capsule collection.


The men’s collection draws upon the brand’s contemporary, urban identity to provide a smart casual nighttime attitude. Prevailing colours range from black and navy blue to dark-grey and white, whereas materials such as cloth or cool wool give looks a warmer feel. Baggy trousers and fitted blazers underline the modern approach, but ties and bow ties are also available to finish off the look. Coats, leather jackets, shoes and sport shoes all contribute to the overall contemporary, fun aesthetics.


The young French photographer Fanny Latour-Lambert, who at 22 has managed to work for international media including i-D, Vogue Italia, Wonderland, L’Officiel Hommes and the like, has captured the collection essence with her camera lens. Models Anna Grostina, Dasha Dogusheva and Isaac Carew are protagonists of the images series, shot in Boulevard Saint Germain, Paris.