Need Vanessa Bruno apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
French fashion designer V. Bruno began her signature line of urban yet casual ready-to-wear fashions in 1996. Her collection also includes a shoe and handbag line to complement her fashion line. Her ready-to-wear off-the-runway fashions are suitable for evenings or for every day. Ruffles and simple but classic styles are what make her collection. She began a lower-priced casual line called Athe in 1999. Ms. Bruno's fashions can be purchased at Barney's New York, Net-a-Porter, and Scoop as well as a multitude of online retailers at Bizrate/Shopzilla.
The website does what you expect for an upscale label like this. It shows product line, videos, etc. and manages to seem somewhat intimidating. What is missing is some level of edginess. I guess in many of the websites that I've seen for the prominent web designers, there's always something there to shock you, to make you raise your eyebrows and say "I can't believe that they put that on their website". This website seems to go more for the idea that being understated is hip. They certainly achieve the understated part. The only possible exception here is that when you click on the "E-shop" link, it presents a photo of a woman with almost translucent blue eyes. When you click on the photo, nothing happens. And from there, it never becomes quite clear what you have to do to actually purchase an item from them if you are so inclined.
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According to the blogs results, this brand is all about business. Lots of product mentions in the results and lots of mention of her Spring 2013 and Fall 2014 collections. I don't know if it is sheer luck or by design, but somehow the full name of this designer is mentioned in the title of each search result. The designs featured on these blogs seem to really emphasize how much this designer is into layering. Nothing that the models are wearing could be called skimpy. What I found a little daring was the snow leopard print outfit that I saw on one of the blogs. Is Vanessa Bruno paying homage to the endangered animal or just being willfully insensitive to environmentalists?
The link below is to an additional marketplaces/auction where you might find decent prices for the items that you are shopping for: