Here Is Zara's Fall Collection Modeled by Stella Tennant

Zara's new fall collection has just been unvelied, and, as always, it's trickle down of the best trends from the fall runways. The brand's fall ad campaign stars Stella Tennant, a company fave, showing off the slightly slouchy yet luxe-looking separates. Though the high street staple has been known to take trend interpretation a bit too literally on occasion, this time around Zara did less copycat-ing and more seamless representation of the major trends we're going to see when the temperatures cool. There are the standard suit separates done in a masculine style--charcoal wool trousers, nubby sweaters, and a navy and black tuxedo-cut blazer I'm dying over--but also the trendy nod that always carries their clothes from basic to modern; this time, it's the array of inventive trousers, from orange to yellow to leather to python.
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Zara's new fall collection has just been unvelied, and, as always, it's trickle down of the best trends from the fall runways. The brand's fall ad campaign stars Stella Tennant, a company fave, showing off the slightly slouchy yet luxe-looking separates. Though the high street staple has been known to take trend interpretation a bit too literally on occasion, this time around Zara did less copycat-ing and more seamless representation of the major trends we're going to see when the temperatures cool. There are the standard suit separates done in a masculine style--charcoal wool trousers, nubby sweaters, and a navy and black tuxedo-cut blazer I'm dying over--but also the trendy nod that always carries their clothes from basic to modern; this time, it's the array of inventive trousers, from orange to yellow to leather to python.
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Zara's new fall collection has just been unvelied, and, as always, it's trickle down of the best trends from the fall runways. The brand's fall ad campaign stars Stella Tennant, a company fave, showing off the slightly slouchy yet luxe-looking separates. Though the high street staple has been known to take trend interpretation a bit too literally on occasion, this time around Zara did less copycat-ing and more seamless representation of the major trends we're going to see when the temperatures cool.

There are the standard suit separates done in a masculine style--charcoal wool trousers, nubby sweaters, and a navy and black tuxedo-cut blazer I'm dying over--but also the trendy nod that always carries their clothes from basic to modern; this time, it's the array of inventive trousers, from orange to yellow to leather to python. Add an homage to Marc Jacobs and Stella with polka dots and a sequined skirt, and you have a collection that is sure to carry well into the winter months.

Plus, it all looks so comfy--don't tell me those turtlenecks don't make you excited for fall. Luckily Zara's launching e-commerce so hopefully we'll be able to shop it faster! Check out the looks below.