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Coco Rocha Demonstrates White House Black Market's Modular Workwear in the Best Way Possible: Via Dance-Off

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Coco Rocha's modern dance routine was such a hit last season that White House Black Market has invited the model back for another go. This time, the model squares off against herself in a Coco vs. Coco dance-off (everyone loves a dance-off!) that takes her from day to night, work to play, nice to naughty, etc etc.

The brand gave us a first look at the making of the campaign, which includes insights from the creative team on WHBM's modular workwear: separates that easily swap in and out among each other, with a focus on minimalist palette of black, white, and the introduction of one other color each season. See it all after the jump.

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