Butterflies are coming back to Paris! The Vanessa Bruno spring/summer 2014 collection seems to be bringing them back filling the runway at Paris Fashion Week with their wonderful and light flight. Looking at the pieces we feel as if everything turns into a butterfly at once; starting from the printed butterflies on various silhouettes that are about to fly away and finishing up with the models, who themselves look like big and weightless butterflies as well. Some more minutes and they will prove to have learnt to fly…
The main outlines shaping the Vanessa Bruno spring/summer 2014 collection are the cutest motives possible. Thus, we see the overwhelming amount of girlish dresses and similar interpretations coming onto the runway one by one. It seems like the garments can’t be any lighter. The minimalistically created yet very feminine and cute apparels presented as shirtdresses and strapless motives slightly resembling bustier details at times really make your heart skip a beat. However, it will start beating faster and faster later as the top-skirt and top-pants pairs appear on the runway.
The various interpretations of coats and jackets are other spectacular aspect of the Vanessa Bruno spring/summer 2014 collection, combined with interesting and resourceful accompaniments. The animal prints unexpectedly appearing among the compositions via handbags and further extending to jackets are probably one of the most creative solutions taken. The waist left partially naked at some dresses is alluring and cute at the same time just as the slight V-neck. This is something like a brand print in this collection, distinguishing the pieces from all the others.
Coming to the colors and the thematic concentration of the prints leaving aside the famous butterfly theme, we can talk about the tranquil and soothing color palette applied to the line and the interesting shifts towards small floral prints at times. Delicacy and weightlessness are the parents of cute looks. This is what the Vanessa Bruno spring/summer 2014 collection claims. You can fly higher than you think!
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