South of France meets South America

If my adoration for all things French could not be proclaimed enough, enter long-time favorite Vanessa Bruno. Her infamous sequin tote took over the street of Europe back in 2011, and entered  my wardrobe as well. Ever since those days, I've been lusting over every piece that is shown during Paris Fashion Week, or on Net-A-Porter if we are being serious here. 

Bruno's latest collection emphasizes the colours and patterns of South-American whilst still maintaining the tried & true relaxed style she has mastered. The collection is about anything and everything that you'd want to pack for your next summer holiday to the South of France or the tropics. Bruno, in fact, whilst designing wanted each piece to be packable without sacrificing style. 

Parisian flair was reinforced with grosgrain detailing and laced crochet necklines. It was quite refreshing to see a Spring line that wasn't minimalist or overly norm-core. Floaty dresses in navy pair easy with magenta sandals and bucket bags were embellished with embroidery. Vibrant turquoise jewelry and raffia sandals instantly allowed us to enter vacation mode, but no doubt, can still be applied to city sidewalks. Once again, Bruno delivers an effortless collection with plenty of charm and off the chart chicness that you'll be seeing around Le Club 55 come June.