Sisters Penelope and Monica Cruz proved once again that they are not just extremely beautiful, but also talented enough in order to create their second collection in collaboration with Charles Vögele. Therefore, now we can take a peek at some of the images from the spring/summer 2011 lookbook featuring the gorgeous duo.

It is worthless mentioning the fact that Penelope and Monica Cruz are absolutely stunning since this is more than obvious. The two sisters are not only talented actresses, but they also prove to be very good when it comes to fashion and design. Their second collaboration with the Swiss brand Charles Vögele is one great example in this sense.

The spring/summer 2011 collection designed by Penelope and Monica for Charles Vögele is called "Biaggini Violett" and it was presented last November in Zurich. Still, it is only now that we can take a sneak peek at some of the items of the current collection as the first images from the lookbook have been finally revealed.

Known for their incredible sex-appeal, the Cruz sisters look stunning in the spring/summer Charles Vögele lookbook. The collection is wearable and casual, consisting of sailor and military-inspired items so versatile with classic vibes, the eternal denim and a refined minimalist look characterized by simplicity, clearness and an extravagance-free touch.

The beautiful Cruz sisters have already become famous in the fashion industry due to their collaboration with Spain-based fashion chain Mango. Speaking about their project with Mango, Penelope Cruz said that, "This is something we’ve wanted to do for a long time. We just had to find the right people to do it with. We’ve always loved clothes – we used to hide in the bathroom with fashion magazines and say, ‘I want that one.’ We’d get a pencil and mark the pictures, and show how we’d transform them at home."

If in 2007, when the collaboration started, that was Penelope’s fashion project, her sister, Monica on the other hand, had already created a collection of jewelry and handbags for the Japanese brand Samantha Thavasa.

Photos courtesy of Charles Vögele