EFW: Nicole Bridger
Nicole Bridger has been a Vancouver Eco Fashion Week headliner and a favorite since the event started three years ago. I’ve watched her collections grow and develop over the years, and this year, not only did she deliver a beautiful collection, she put on a show-stopping performance. The show was a performance in the full sense of the word; a full-fledged runway event, complete with yoga and interpretative dance.
True to the Nicole Bridger style, the colour palette was neutral and full of dusty roses, soft apricots, and sky blues. The separates were yoga wear inspired, with ruching details and drapey cardigans.
As the show progressed, so did the performance. Models performed a graceful and fluid dance, which showed off the flexibility and movement of the fabrics.
The collection featured a number of form-flattering dresses made out of slinky jersey. Gentle draping, tie waists, and tulip shaped hemlines were used to add femininity and shape to each piece.
Looking good and doing good are simultaneous for Nicole Bridger; she uses sustainable fabrics, low impact dyes, local production, and ethical manufacturing practices. This is a clothing collection that will truly make you feel good inside and out.
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