La Casita De Wendy's Meditteraneo assemblage brings forth the Spanish line's looks for 2013. Designers Ines Aguilar and Ivan Martineza have preferred to showcase their approach to style in the most prodigious of manners, made manifestly clear in their Spring/Summer 2012 lot. They have here worked in their almost otherworldly vision with references to working class culture.
Model Brianda Fitz-James Stuart carries shovels, water basins, produce and rakes in Meditteraneo. The strenuous positions that she assumed did not take away from La Casita De Wendy's fashion sense however as the brand ushered in its rustic collection of straw hats, Grecian strap sandals, aprons and long loose skirts. Intense prints are also a staple of the throwback series with floral and polka dot varieties.
La Casita De Wendy's Meditteraneo 2013 Display Condones Working Class Culture
1. Rustic Fashion - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry by incorporating working class culture and rustic elements into clothing designs.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can embrace working class culture and rustic elements to offer unique and innovative clothing options.
2. Footwear - The footwear industry can explore the incorporation of Grecian strap sandals into their designs to create a disruptive and stylish alternative for consumers.
3. Accessories - The accessories industry can develop rustic straw hats and aprons that combine fashion and function, providing innovative and unique options for consumers.