The collection had an overall feminine, vintage, retro, almost ethereal feeling. Macaroon inspired blushes, creams, and sand colored chiffon blouses and floral dresses paired well with structered hobos and squarer cut handbags in mostly neutral tones - beiges and browns- and the occasional pop of vibrant lipstick red, paprika, and powder blue. While the line was undoubtedly pret-a-porter, the materials were unapologetically luxe. From light and airy chiffon to soft brushed suede and pebbled leathers, Vanessa Bruno's Spring Collection was classic chic.


Stand out pieces included the asymmetrical zip front jacket seen in sandy suede, white boucle, camel leather and mushroom grey twill. The handbags also took center-stage. The detailing and timeless designs were a stand-out. While Vanessa Bruno's line skipped the bells and whistles, her line boldly declared that true high-fashion is timeless, effortless, and simply lovely.



Nu-Mode´ Coverage Farrah Dorsinville

Photography Julia Durant

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Make sure to stop by Vanessa Bruno pop up boutique available until February 26th 2013