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Nanushka, Budapest

Fashion for the urban nomad...


Nanushka is a chic Hungarian fashion label that was started just a few years ago and currently boasts a beautiful flagship store in Budapest's famous shopping district. Having already caught the attention of 250 design blogs from around the world the label is predicted to be the next big thing in design, so, when in the Hungarian capital we'd suggest you pop in to admire the store, the amazing collections and maybe even meet the designer!

Nanushka is the childhood nickname of Budapest-born designer Sandra Sandor who studied at London College of Fashion and after graduating decided to return home start her label. Sandra uses lush fabrics in all of her designs and aims to combine playful cuts with elegance and comfort, to create a collection that 'exudes a harmony which contrasts the overwhelming noise of the big-city experience.'

Each collection is unique and Nanushka describes itself as offerig 'fashion for the urban nomad, for those who are on the move but always at home.' The pieces are easy-to-wear, and give the impression of being thrown together, but are beautifull constructed garments made with only the finest fabrics and materials. This season's collection boasts the likes of tailored shorts and blazers, flowing maxi-dresses, oversized blouses, cute playsuits and slouchy tank tops, and combines nutural tones with aztec prints and bursts of bright orange!

The entire collection is amazing but a few of our favourite pieces are the black and white stripe open back t-shirt dress (love!), the parachute army coat with contast buttons and drawstring waist and of course the cream and black 'Peter Pan romper'. Each of these can be worked into any wardrobe and can be dressed up or down depending on the occassion so they are true investment pieces for the summer. Drool at the entire collection at; and learn a little more about the designer. You're not looking at H&M prices here but with dresses for €120 it's not bad considering the quality and calibre of design.

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