A Hidden Treasure.
Scouring the streets of Buenos Aires near our trip’s end, I am reminded to always follow that bizarre, sudden urge to enter the ugly-duckling hole-in-the-wall and start digging.
Outside, the pulse-pounding sound of La Bomba De Tiempothrobs, and you can almost see this skirt, stuffed in between a barrage of commonality, moving from the hips down, finding its axis, or eje, as they say in Spanish.
In Buenos Aires, dancing can reveal more about a person and their relationships than any trivial conversation.
The way a woman wears a skirt is similar.
The way it moves when she moves, the way it trembles when she’s still, the way it mimics her relationship to the world around her.
Make no mistake, this skirt is not shy about leading.
Eje Skirt (No. 5777). The energy is 100% Buenos Aires; the luxurious fabric is 100% Italian wool from Ratti. Curved panels give the skirt a layered (and vintage) appearance. Exceptional weight, drape, and movement. Two fiercely bold and passion-infused colors. Hollywood waist, mid-calf length, invisible zipper at center back, fully lined.Imported.
Pairs wells with Tuxedo Tie Front Blouse.