The Princess and the Pea collection is classic romance combined with avant-garde.
NOT SO BORING POLKA DOT ALWAYS IN TREND
The pea print, or, as it is also called, polka dot, has remained in fashion for several years in a row, and became the reflection and inspiration of the new «The Princess and the Pea» collection. But designers decided to not limit themselves on peas: eco-leather, mesh, velvet, corrugation, pleating and Pied-de-poule – a huge selection of textures and styles for every taste for every little fashionista.
TRENDY POLKA DOT
The polka dot print became especially popular in 1950. Just look at the photo of celebrities of that time: it was used practically on any clothing – dresses, swimwear, coats or hats. It is believed that the polka dot pattern was introduced into fashion world by Christian Dior.
In 1960, Yves Saint Laurent transformed classic polka dot into energetic and active. History also keeps a fun fact: Minnie – the famous girlfriend of Mickey Mouse – also wears a polka dot dress. But this was not the original idea of the artists – the paint accidentally dripped on the drawing.