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The big names on the international scene drew inspiration from the animal world
to design the dresses, skirts, jackets and blazers of the SS19 shows.
Strong and independent, self-confident. That’s the woman created by the big names on the
international scene who, once again, drew inspiration from the animal world to design the dresses,
skirts, jackets and blazers of the Spring-Summer 2019 shows. On the most known catwalks, from
Rochas and Burberry to Saint Laurent, the long-limbed models rediscover, with rapid strides, their
primitive instincts and they dress themselves in the coats of the wild animals. In fact, among the
must-haves of the hot season, there’s the long, leopard print dress presented by Gucci. A
one-shoulder dress with side drawstrings that, on the catwalk of the maison Dolce & Gabbana,
elegantly wrapped the curvy shapes of American model Ashley Graham. And the weightless dresses with
their daring décolletage that Anthony Vaccarello designed for Saint Laurent. That being said, to
grab the spotlight is the new Burberry collection, a mixture of zebra, tiger and leopard print
fabrics that represents the quintessence of the animal print trend. The Spring-Summer 2019 is,
therefore, supposed to be a roaring season, our advice is to not be caught unprepared!
Dolce & Gabbana
Classic wool trousers
Sicily medium pony handbag
Pleated midi skirt
Sequined pointy-toe sock-boots
Printed wide brim hat
Get Dressed As
Get Dressed as Caroline Daur
The platinum blonde bob of this 23 year-old ‘It Girl’ can be spotted
in the front rows of the most awaited, international fashion shows.
‘My body is my temple’. That’s one of the mantras of the Lithuanian
illustrator Egle Zvirblyte, who built her artistic career on important themes.
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