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Daisy Lowe is the face of Tula

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Aside from her presence at London Fashion Week (where she walked for Mark Fast and was a front row regular), we haven’t seen much of Daisy Lowe of late.

But the it-girl is back in the modelling spotlight once more, starring in the Autumn/Winter 2012 campaign for British accessories brand Tula, known for their chic but practical leather bags.

Shot by i-D and Vogue Nippon contributor Mark Kean, the 1960s-style campaign shows Daisy in various London locations, styled with a beehive, retro eyeliner and wearing a serious of covetable capes and coats. The retro mood reflects the ladylike elegance of Tula’s new collection, from the classic and functional black Hepworth tote, to the sweet mini Betty bag in red crocodile leather.

Scroll down to see the campaign images - and let us know what you think of them @StylistMagazine on twitter.

Bags featured range from £39 to £149, available from tula.co.uk

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