The Curiel catwalk show in AltaRoma was held where there was no air conditioning, making the Roman couture show haute hot. It wasn't a problem for the models, because they don't sweat, but the ticket holders may have been sorry to fork over a bunch of Euros for a show in a sauna.
The Curiel collection is still very stunning, with lots of embroidery and a lot of volume. Key pieces included plastic boots and embroidered stockings. The dresses were selling from 6,000 Euros to over 20,000 Euros, prices traditional of high fashion.
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Lightweight Electric Skateboards
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Sinuous Structural Bridges
Brooding Pop Star Accessories
No AC at Curiel Fashion Show in Rome
By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Jul 11, 2008 • References: fashionblog.it