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Editorial

Vanessa Bruno presented her parisiènne, this time immersed in a bohemian take on the Seventies. No party-girl or hippie lace and flowers appeal; just clean, slightly decorated and easily interchangeable pieces for day and evening. Romantic midi dresses with belt or elastic waist had closer-fitting bodices and fluid pleated skirts and came in solids or pixelated patterns or had folk motifs, which were repeated on flared mini-skirts, blouses and cropped jackets. Velvet flares were paired with a matching blazer and jeans were styled with a fringed cloak-jacket. There was also crocheted knitwear and iridescent lamé pieces suitable for special occasions, but which Bruno mixed with daywear to create eye-catching combinations ideal for a Paris girl.