Pia Pauro showcases collection "Espiritu de Mexico" on the first day of LFW Winter Festive 2012
When the first model took her steps on the runway wearing a sombrero, one could instantly guess that Pia Pauro's show was all about giving the audience a feel of Mexico. Named Espiritu de Mexico (that can be translated as (The Spirit of Mexico), Pia, through her collection, brought alive on ramp everything that spelt festive.
In colours like peach, yellow, aqua and more, the clothes made use of aboriginal art and were mostly jumpsuits in exotic prints (Amazonian print), shorts, jersey dresses, beach shorts, garments with cutwork, embellishment or detailing and tops having tassels on them. A collection inspired by the acapulco vibe (so was the styling) the hair and make up was also very 70s. The designer had her models rooting for her just like Tara Sharma who was seen seated in the front row.
Like Monica Dogra (showstopper for Pauro who walked in an all-over embellished one shoulder jumpsuit that was in silver and gold) puts it, "This is a very feminine and cutting edge collection. All I can say is, the world needs more colour, the world needs more Pia."
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