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Vanessa Bruno

Francette Skirt by Vanessa Bruno

$ 320.00

Francette Skirt by Vanessa Bruno - The Perfect Provenance
Francette Skirt by Vanessa Bruno - The Perfect Provenance
Francette Skirt by Vanessa Bruno - The Perfect Provenance
Francette Skirt by Vanessa Bruno - The Perfect Provenance
Francette Skirt by Vanessa Bruno - The Perfect Provenance

Vanessa Bruno

Francette Skirt by Vanessa Bruno

$ 320.00

Flattering black mini skirt or terracotta from Vanessa Bruno in a sixties inspired trapeze silhouette. This must-have style is made from a sturdy and luxurious wool and cashmere blend and gets a modern update by the elegant wavy dart seam at front and back. Wear with a silk blouse, tights and rough ankle boots for a stylish feminine ensemble. A deep terracotta hue lends this Vanessa Bruno skirt endless retro appeal. The mini, A-length silhouette is crafted from wool and cashmere for a cosy, warm feel that'll prove a marvelous pairing with tights.

- Mid-rise waist
- Concealed zip and hook-and-eye closure at left side seam
- Dart seams at front and back or a comfortable fit
- Horizontal wavy dart seam at front and back
- Designed for a close fit waist with a slightly flared silhouette and a mini-length
- Runs true to size

 

About Designer Vanessa Bruno, Paris, France

Born in Denmark, raised in Paris, model-turned-designer launched her brand in 1996, unveiling the international best-seller and now iconic Cabas only two years later.  Romantic aesthetics and bohemian chic style, characterised by soft tones and light, loose cuts are prevalent in her collections. Bruno’s clothes transcend trends, with timeless style and sophisticated detail, championed by the world’s fashion elite. Times fashion editor Lisa Armstrong referred to Vanessa Bruno as the designer label “fashion editors actually wear”