London retailer River Island has dropped a series of sophisticated snaps for its FW14 campaign.

The frames feature mega-babes Stella Maxwell and Marina Neely in a polished range of cropped denim, delicate jewellery, monochromatic palettes and luxurious furs.

Styling is minimal, achieving an understated elegance and an overall sense of effortless class. Who knew you could look so glamorous on the couch?

Note to self: ditch the trackies and bun. 

Pics via Fashion Gone Rogue

 

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