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Charlotte Free for Forever 21


Forever 21 has signed American model Charlotte Free for their Spring/Summer 2012 campaign, "Love is Free," shot by Kenneth Cappello. Known for her pink hair, pout and personal style, Charlotte Free's image can be seen in Forever 21 stores starting next month, dressed in the brand's neon statement pieces, floral pantsuits, Americana-inspired ensembles, and metallic accessories, as featured in the campaign's lookbook. Neon tank tops (starting at $5.80) and dresses (starting at $15.80) inspired by the campaign are currently available in stores, with more coming online and in stores next month. Also, be on the look out for a series of "Love is Free" campaign products for purchase debuting in May. This Charlotte Free (that can't be her real name, can it!?) is definitely a model to watch!

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Photos courtesy of Forever 21
Comments
if you happen to see that jacket in stores or online coming soon, PLEASE let me know. im in LOVE!
#1 jennifer {fabfatale.com} (Homepage) on 2012-04-17 19:25 (Reply)
Will do!
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2012-04-18 12:11 (Reply)
I am really liking her hair color. I saw someone else this weekend with similar hair and I thought, "I wish I could pull that off. But, my boss would kill me if I came back from the weekend with 'outrageously' pink hair."
#2 Kat (Homepage) on 2012-04-17 19:39 (Reply)
Haha I feel the same way, not that I work in an office but I'm not sure pink hair would suit all situations. You could try a semi-permanent wash during a vacation or do a chunk at the nape of your neck, that way it would be hidden unless you put your hair up.
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2012-04-18 12:12 (Reply)
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