Pia Pauro’s Collection “Espiritu de Mexico” Set The Ramp On Fire

04 Aug

Love the use of abstract prints. Would have love to seen more of this in Atlanta, but the summer is still young. Hopefully, Labor Day will be the Summer’s fashion peek for my great city…

Team FMW

Inspired by the embellishments of Mexican folk art and tribal aboriginal art prints; Pia Pauro’s collection called “Espiritu de Mexico” made a great impact on the ramp at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2012. The clothes had the marked influence of the ancient ruins of the Olmecs, Mayan and Aztec empires along with hints of the rainforests and the beaches of Tulum and Acapulco.

Offering a perfect wardrobe for an Acapulco holiday, Pia’s exotic jungle dresses, sexy swim wear and shorts, breezy sundresses and cool kaftans were part of a colourful collection. The designer also offered versatile jersey dresses; hand embellished cocktail wear in soft pastels and beach shorts with interesting organic bamboo buttons to complete the fun look. The fabrics were organic with cotton, georgette and jersey giving a practical touch to the garments.

Creating the Latino flavour on the ramp, Pia opened with a white embroidered shrug…

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Posted by on August 4, 2012 in Fashion


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