Designed with a feminine, nouveau modern and contemporary design aesthetic, the Danielle Nicole Spring 2013 collection encapsulates the trends of the season from soft pastels, to detailed bohemian weaving and innovative contemporary shapes.
The collection begins with homage to the 1950’s and highlights soft pastel colours. This group captures the ever-popular colours of the era including turquoise, nude and indulgent pink. The colours are married with classic Danielle Nicole silhouettes such as the Emma Shoulder Bag and the Remi boxed crossbody.
From the soft colours of the 1950’s we transition into the relaxed and effortless bohemian group. Inspired by western braiding, endless strolls and natural colours these bags stay true to the trends of the season. Embossed snake on the Austin tote truly evokes an authentic western bohemian feel.
Rounding out the collections are the sport and neon groups. These modern groups are inspired by the athletic and nimble qualities of sports and the pop and bright colours of the 20th century. Danielle Nicole’s classic Sydney Shopper is a showstopper in our reversible pink/canvas combo.
The always fun, lighthearted and feminine bags can be found at House of Fraser
About Danielle Nicole:
Since its inception in 2008, Danielle Nicole has been using leather alternatives to give fashion savants trend driven calibre design at affordable price points. Having seen an impressive amount of success amongst consumers, the brand continues to grow at an exponential rate.
Introducing small non-leather goods, including wallets and i-pad cases. A genuine media darling, the press, bloggers and celebrities alike have truly taken interest in the brand. Notable fans include Olivia Palermo, Rachel Zoe, Kristin Cavallari, Rachel Bilson and Alexa Ray Joel
Our absolute favourites are pictured and we’re huge fans of this brand, especially for Summer as they add a much welcome pop of colour to any outfit and at affordable prices. Hey, if they’re good enough for Olivia Palermo, they’re good enough for us!
All available from ‘1927 from House of Fraser’ – www.houseoffraser.co.uk