Calvin Klein is collaborating with fashion collective The No Names to show off their spring and summer 2014 collection of styles. To do so, they’ve gone down the “video lookbook” route with a short 90-second clip of models decked out in the latest CK pieces.
The Calvin Klein spring/summer 2014 collection itself is largely made up of shirts in a variety of prints, including abstract and cloud-based graphics. Inspiration for the collection is said to come from artist James Turrell among other things, and The No Names followed suit with a dreamy, relaxed video lookbook for the collection.
You can watch the video spring/summer 2014 video lookbook from Calvin Klein and The No Names below. For more from The No Names, you can take a look at their website here, and the collection advertised in the video, as well as a lot more from Calvin Klein, are currently available from the CK online store.