Stella McCartney – Paris primavera-verão 2011

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A coleção de primavera-verão 2011 de Stella McCartney é fresca como a expressão facial das modelos que entraram na sua passarela. A 1ª delas foi Ieva Laguna, com um paletó branco oversized, camisa cor-de-rosa claro por dentro de uma calça de cintura alta, também branca. Seus único acessório era uma sandália simples, de salto baixo, presa nos pés por duas tiras de couro marrom (falso, como a eco estilista pede).

O resto do desfile teve mais alfaiataria cool. Desta vez, ela foi trabalhada com proporções consideravelmente maiores e alguma desconstrução (vide o paletó de smoking que se transformou em um colete longo fechado). Mais: o jeans teve o seu momento e apareceu em camisas, saias, vestidos e até em conjuntinhos que faziam o look total denim. Depois de um momento amarelo, foi a vez das estampas, que surgiram coloridas na forma de frutas (limão, laranja) sobre peças de seda. Frutismo confirmado!


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