Achadões: Helen Bridges and Your Fashion Art

A brand that was born from the desire to create a more affective relationship with fashion. And isn’t that what we love about fashion? The possibility of developing a relationship that goes beyond the consumption, but that helps us to tell the world who we are?
It did so even though born Helena Bridges, in 2014, the head and the aspirations of fashion designer homônina. Helena is Pernambuco, but was in Rio to brand your won life.
Today it develops partnerships with visual artists to create each of his collections always privileging the timelessness and versatility.
Take a look and see if you’re not going to fall in love, too.
I love geometric prints, I think super stylish, modern type. This blouse snatched my heart. In addition to print beautiful, she is still fluffy and have these colors that match everything. By R $180.00 here.
Yet on this gorgeous pure pattern: look at that sweatsuit. Serious. Most beautiful thing. Are you there in the heat of Brazil, but I’d seriously love one of these in my wardrobe. By R $180.00 here.
Nothing like a midi dress PB, huh? Perfect to go from work for happy hour, mend a nice dinner and still go clubbing after. And this pattern? Artsy or not? By R$252,00 here.
Who also loves a jumpsuit? Nothing better for those days that we’re no idea to put together look, huh? It’s beautiful in a minute without having to think about what goes with what. This beauty is R$370,00 here.
But if you loved the pattern of overall, but prefer the versatility of being able to combine different parts look that skirt that’s charming. By R$200,00 here.
This tunic is pure versatility: you can wear at the Beach over a maiozão beautiful, you can wear to work over a skinny pants. By R $240.00 here.
To finish, white linen blouse that is summer’s face, light, fresh, with a beautiful cutout in the back. By R$272,00 here.
Enjoyed it? So come on in Helena ‘s website to learn more about her work.
And if you also have beautiful markings, tips and full of personality, do not forget to leave here in the comments. Let’s spread the good stuff, right?