The Colette Vermeulen Spring 2013 lookbook offers the perfect wardrobe to ring in spring. A happy combination of color and texture, the pieces will make any girl feel like she has emerged from a wintry cocoon to spread her new vibrant wings for all the world to see. While most people are still wrapped up in the summer, it is never too early to think about winter hibernation and the ensuing thaw that often calls for a celebration.
Captured by photography duo Saty Namvar and Pratha Samyrajah, the Colette Vermeulen Spring 2013 lookbook also showcases a slew of deconstructed detailing. The Royal College of Art’s MA Fashion program graduate concentrated on bringing a boho edge to an otherwise girly and elegant collection. The frayed denim, floral cotton silks and more are modelled on Brynja Jónbjarnardóttir.
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