Buzina – ModaLisboa
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Buzina

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Buzina

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Fashion as symbolism. Clothing as a support of respect. Dresses that are gestures, dresses that tell a narrative of their own. The woman in her maximum role, in her multiple refuges, in her most hidden desires. The princess who just wanted to be confused in the crowd, an icon that influences the female role to this day, a chameleon who wears the colors of sisterhood. Diana, Princess of Wales, was anything but a follower – she wore her own rules. She used style as a way of reflecting on her experiences, her comforts and discomforts, choosing each detail carefully as a message tool. From three pieces to a wardrobe that deeply struck pop culture and put it in control, the ‘people’s princess’ appears as a beacon of a new Buzina collection and a generation that follows in her footsteps, always one step behind.
“Whatever I wear, I will be criticized, so I might as well wear what I want.”

Date

September 29, 2020

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