Strutting out a Dsquared² Spring 2016 flashy neon design, the Brazilian beauty stripped the dress down to its sexy solo frame removing the runway’s more quirky style message.
Instead, she accessorized in the language of Bulgari jewels and strappy metallic sandals paired with an exaggerated winged eye and a lively high ponytail for a sense of playfulness.
I’m sure I won’t be the only one who strongly sensed the Balmain undercurrent in this bold-shouldered, structured and chain-embroidered mini dress.
At this point, though, I was rather pleasantly surprised to see that her style offering on Saturday evening was not (a) black or (b) sheer lace.
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