The “New Avengers”-style bobs on every model made Veronique Branquinho’s spring message clear — she was channeling London in the Swinging Sixties, with Purdey and Austin Powers references in abundance.

The designer executed the theme with ultrashort silhouettes and a contemporary touch — shifts and shirtdresses worked in sparkly Lurex, subtly transparent to suggest the bustier bodysuits underneath.

While several languid and slinky dresses evoked a Seventies spirit, they still worked nicely with Branquinho’s kickier looks.

She ended the show with a strong parade of crisp looks based on the white shirt — a savvy move, considering it’s a key trend this season.

The “New Avengers”-style bobs on every model made Veronique Branquinho’s spring message clear — she was channeling London in the Swinging Sixties, with Purdey and Austin Powers references in abundance.


The designer executed the theme with ultrashort silhouettes and a contemporary touch — shifts and shirtdresses worked in sparkly Lurex, subtly transparent to suggest the bustier bodysuits underneath.

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