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The One to Watch

Natalia Grzybowski's S/S '12 collection is mind- blowing, pure creative genius. In her collection, A Blank Canvas-Hybrid White, Natalia uses white on white, with shapes that ebb and flow. Natalia's Hybrid Printed collection uses print like I've never seen before. So amazing! Cast your eyes on this out of this world collection.





















I'm really looking forward to seeing what Natalie creates for her AW '12 collection. Natalia Grzybowski is definitely the one to watch in the future. Watch this space.  

What do think of this collection. Pretty amazing, isn't it? 

Enjoy your week! 

Yours in style,

Suzi x 

All images courtesy of Natalia Grzybowski




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  1. GORGEGOUS!! love these clothes!!

    Leonor
    thesparklinglemon.blogspot.com

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    1. I cannot wait to see what's next for this fabulous designer!
      Suzi x

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  2. Oh wow! Thank you for sharing this, her pieces are amazing! Each us incredibly unique.

    -V
    http://stylishlyme.com

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    1. Glad you love it! The garments are like a work of art!
      Suzi x

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  3. OMG!!! What a beautiful collection! Prints and silhouettes are amazing!

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  4. These are just gorgeous! I love it especially those two long dresses! X

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  5. if this is her first collection, then hats down. she really knows how to work with materials. bringing out the best from a dull white colour

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