While we look forward to premiere The Great Gatsby seems to be the thing for long. Money acabao them, the cost of producing them has gotten out of hand and while DiCaprio and company are on standby, Etro arrives and reminds us that the era Jazz was the most prolific in beautify women.
The Art Deco that I like recharging a parade that focuses on the 20s and dresses with cuts typical of the time but blurs their prints, wedding aimlessly flowers and colors in a perfect symphony of how to look stamping Doña seem different without Croquette.
Maxi flowers and daisies in vibrant colors combined with dark bases and more propioas stripes of Depression-era. The economy was not for great joy but she broke her corsets and raised their skirts, cut their hair to bob and became the new boy-girl.
The black and white typical of the era dandies and flappers mixed with oriental motif prints, pleats, back to levels nearly bare skin samples lewd and inappropriate for the time.
Veronica Etro signature paisley reconstructs the home and makes a perfect blend of flora and fauna with hints of martial arts clothing and some prints. The end of the parade, with wonderful dresses in one color which contradict the spirit of the collection, explains the reason for the soundtrack to the models used to come out on every pass, Florence and the Machine.