Bec & Bridge’s Spring/Summer 2012/13 collection entitled Paradiso Bianco was a depature from the pairs usually style, still maintaining Bec & Bridge’s clean and stylish aesthetic, while bringing something new to their collection.


Set against a jungle wall, the runway show displayed a strong collection showcasing stunning digital prints which drew inspiration from the beaches of an Italian island.


Textures were combined in the same garment to create interesting effects. Florals, stripes and a mosaic print added some vibrance to the collection. Models had wet look hair and dewey skin which made it look like they had just come out of a hot, steamy jungle.


This was one of the stand out collections at MBFWA and Couturing are loving this new found sophistication for the Bec & Bridge girl.



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Lisa Teh

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