Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign

French fashion label Izac, founded in 2003, have released their latest fall/winter 2011 lookbook campaign.

The campaign, which has been modelled by David Rosenberg and Jean Francois, is set against a scrap yard full of machinery – giving the final images a somewhat hard and masculine edge.

The collection itself creates both smart and casual easy to wear looks and includes a well balanced blend of classic items and key trend pieces for the season. As you can see from the campaign images below, the trends that have been incorporated into some of the outfits are: tweed (coming in the form of a beautiful 3-piece suit), shearling, cable knit and the ever controversial gilet.

Here at FashionBeans our favourite images from the campaign have to be the classic tailored looks. Those outfits in particular have been wonderfully styled, and with the incorporation of accessories such as leather gloves, hats, and scarves, it gives the overall appearance a seemingly effortless sophistication. Not to mention that the choice of refined items such as suits and overcoats are so out of place at such a grubby location – although they manage to work perfectly against such an industrial style backdrop.

You can view the complete campaign at Izac

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign:

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign

Izac Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign